USFD - US Foods Holding Corp.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
17.71
-0.54 (-2.96%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

17.71 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 7:07PM EDT

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Previous Close18.25
Open18.32
Bid17.50 x 2200
Ask18.30 x 1400
Day's Range17.45 - 18.53
52 Week Range8.32 - 43.10
Volume4,627,922
Avg. Volume2,967,314
Market Cap3.898B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)10.12
EPS (TTM)1.75
Earnings DateMay 04, 2020 - May 10, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est43.83
  • Business Wire

    US Foods Donates $2.5 Million in Food and Supplies For COVID-19 Hunger Relief Efforts

    US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD), a leading foodservice distributor, today announced it has donated $2.5 million dollars in food and supplies over the last four weeks to fight hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic. The donations equate to more than 150 semitruck loads of product. US Foods worked with its longtime partner Feeding America and other local charitable organizations across the country to distribute food such as meat, dairy, and produce and other non-food supplies.

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    C&S Wholesale Grocers and US Foods Tackle The Feat To Feed America Together

    C&S; Wholesale Grocers, Inc., the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the U.S., along with US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD), have partnered to combat job and food insecurities amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic's impact on the supply chain.

  • US Foods Holding Takes Cost-Cutting Steps, Draws $1 Billion Credit to Combat Sales Drop
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    US Foods Holding Takes Cost-Cutting Steps, Draws $1 Billion Credit to Combat Sales Drop

    US Foods Holding Corp. (USFD), a leading food distribution company, said it is rolling out cost-cutting measures to mitigate restaurant and hospitality sales declines.US Foods said it will draw $1 billion under its existing revolving credit facilities to retain as cash on hand. The food distribution company added that it had no debt maturing until fiscal 2022 and was working on additional financing opportunities if needed.The stock’s Moderate Buy consensus rating is based on a total of 3 reviews in the last 3 months, which include 2 Buys from Wells Fargo and Credit Suisse and 1 Hold from Barclays.  With shares priced around $13, the average price target of $40.33 room for potential upside of 211% in the coming 12 months. (See United Foods’ stock analysis on TipRanks)In light of the rapidly evolving coronavirus impacts on the foodservice and restaurant industries, US Foods is withdrawing its fiscal 2020 guidance.Related News: RBC: 2 Big 11% Dividend Stocks to Buy (And 1 to Avoid) Goldman Sachs: 2 Stocks to Consider Buying (and 1 to Stay Away From) 3 Coronavirus Stocks with Over 60% Upside  More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: * Facebook's User Engagement and Business Interaction Make It Unstoppable, Says Top Analyst * Hexo’s Need for Cash Raises Concern; Analyst Says 'Sell' * Nvidia Stock at $330 a Share? This 5-Star Analyst Thinks It's Possible * Is Amazon Stock a Buy Right Now? This 5-Star Analyst Says Yes

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    US Foods Update Related to COVID-19

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    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") today placed US Foods, Inc.'s (USF) Ba3 corporate family rating (CFR), Ba3-PD probability of default rating (PDR), Ba3 senior secured bank facility and B2 senior unsecured notes rating on review for downgrade. The review for downgrade reflects the announced purchase of Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores from funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management for $970 million in cash which will delay its ability to deleverage. Moody's views the short timeframe between USF's recent acquisition as being aggressive.

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    As the impact of COVID-19 quickly spreads through the economy, layoffs are becoming a common theme for workers. Those in the freight businesses are no exception.According to reports, Total Quality Logistics (TQL) and Freightos are among the businesses in the industry that have conducted layoffs in recent days.Freightos reportedly let go fewer than 50 people, the report said. TQL has more than 5,000 employees globally, and a source within the company told FreightWaves that more than 500 employees were told they were "not hitting effort goals" and were let go. The source indicated the reasoning was to hide the fact that the company was conducting a large nationwide layoff.FreightWaves emails to TQL for comment have not been returned.A Freightos spokesperson confirmed the company conducted layoffs but did not specify how many. The layoffs took place on the Freightos.com marketplace side, he said, and did not affect the WebCargo, eBooking, or logistics sales digitization platform."COVID19 is hitting both the supply chain and financial ecosystem particularly hard," the spokesperson told FreightWaves in an email. "We're proud to have built an impactful technology company playing a vital role in supporting carriers, forwarders and importers. To ensure that we can do so for many years to come, we regretfully are forced to consider downsizing part of our team."The statement went on, "WebCargo and Freightos.com remain strong companies [with 200-plus employees around the world]. This is a pivotal moment for digital air cargo, as capacity and prices fluctuate rapidly. We're also seeing heightened activity on Freightos.com as companies adjust to new supply chain patterns. That said, we anticipate financial markets seizing up and are displaying extra precaution with our financial reserves."Truck drivers are also likely to be affected as retailers shut down locations. Macy's, Nordstrom, Nike and Apple are among the big retailers that have closed their stores, and entire malls in some areas are closing. The restaurant industry has been especially hard-hit so far, with many states, including most in the Northeast, shutting down dine-in experiences and allowing only carry-out and delivery orders.Rumors that Sysco (NYSE: SYY) and US Foods (NYSE: USFD) drivers could be victims of layoffs circulated on Wednesday. The extent of those layoffs is not known, but both companies are heavily involved with servicing restaurants. Sysco is also a big supplier to colleges and universities.When contacted by FreightWaves, a Sysco spokesperson said, "We are not conducting any interviews or commenting on COVID-19 at this time."Sysco is a large global distributor of food and related products to the foodservice industry. The company delivers to over 650,000 customer locations and had sales of $60.1 billion in 2019. The company's annual report said that 62% of the company's sales come from restaurants. It has approximately 8,500 tractors.Requests for comment directed to US Foods on any possible layoffs have not been returned.According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's SaferWeb, US Foods has over 4,100 drivers and 4,000 power units.Sysco's stock is off 20% in mid-day trading and US Foods has fallen more than 30% as of 1:30 p.m.Layoffs are expected to accelerate quickly across the nation. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnunchin reportedly told GOP senators on March 17 that the nation's unemployment rate could climb as high as 20% without government intervention. Investment firm UBS found that 24% of employers plan to downsize if the outbreak worsens. That survey was conducted March 7-13, and the outlook has worsened since then, with more than 6,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 now and that number expected to rise dramatically in the days and weeks ahead.Connecticut and Michigan are among the states that have seen unemployment claims spike, with more than 25,000 Connecticut residents filing since Friday, March 13. The state usually processes about 3,000 claims per week. Michigan officials said claims jumped to 5,400 on Monday, March 16, whereas a typical Monday would be between 1,300 and 1,600.Image Sourced from PixabaySee more from Benzinga * Today's Pickup: Developing Countries Stand To Lose Up To 85% Of Their Oil And Gas Income This Year * US Vows "Vigilant" Food Safety Oversight During COVID-19 * Freight Futures Daily Curve: 3/18(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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    US Foods to Acquire Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores

    US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) ("US Foods") today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores ("Smart Foodservice") from funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, Inc. (NYSE: APO) (the "Apollo Funds") for $970 million in cash.

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    US Foods Helps Bar-and-Grill Operators "Make It" with Spring Scoop

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