|Bid||68.59 x 200|
|Ask||71.94 x 100|
|Day's Range||70.90 - 71.50|
|52 Week Range||57.20 - 84.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.34|
|Earnings Date||May 7, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (1.71%)|
|1y Target Est||83.35|
China's proposed tariffs on US pork exports would reduce demand from China and cause pork supply to back up in the US market, leading to depressed local prices, Moody's Investors Service says in a new ...
Twinkies parent Hostess Brands Inc. shares rose 2.6% in Friday trading after the cake company announced that it had selected former Tyson Foods Inc. executive Andrew Callahan as chief executive. Callahan ...
Most analysts who are providing recommendations on Hormel Foods (HRL) have maintained “hold” ratings on the stock. As of April 6, 2018, of the 14 analysts covering the stock, 36% have recommended “buys,” 57% have recommended “holds,” and the remaining 7.0% have recommended “sells.”
On April 6, 2018, Hormel Foods (HRL) was trading at a 12-month forward PE (price-to-earnings ratio) of 18.6x. Following its fiscal 1Q18 results, the company’s valuation multiple has hardly changed.
Hormel Foods (HRL) is a dividend aristocrat. A dividend aristocrat is a company that has increased its dividend payout for 25 years or more. Hormel Foods has been paying an increased dividend for the last 52 years and has paid dividends since 1928.
H-P veteran Scott Spradley is leading IT modernization at the food giant, working to consolidate disparate IT systems, embrace new technologies, and reshape a corporate culture built around years-long, ...
Last week, Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its target price for Kraft Heinz (KHC) to $85 from $100, and UBS cut its target price to $73 from $80. The stock fell 2.8% last week.
Hormel Foods (HRL), one of the leading names in the meat production and packaged foods industry, has seen its stock price fall 4% on a YTD (year-to-date) basis as of April 6, 2018.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Archer Daniels, Tyson Foods, Hormel, Campbell and Brown-Forman
The faux-meat company is planning to add a second shift to its Oakland manufacturing plant, as well as expand to Asia before the end of the year.
Tyson Foods is expanding the safety programs it has been testing in its beef plants to 12 poultry plants, allowing workers there to stop the line if they have safety concerns. The Springdale, Arkansas-based ...
The market responded negatively on Wednesday morning to the news that China will impose reciprocal tariffs on U.S. goods to match those announced by President Donald Trump’s administration. It is important to note that these tariffs aren’t currently being imposed by either country. The tariffs threatened by the Chinese were targeted at U.S. exports like automobiles and soybeans, which were clearly chosen to create a political problem for the Trump administration.
DAKOTA DUNES, S.D., April 05, 2018-- Tyson Foods, Inc. and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union are expanding their collaborative efforts to make workplace safety improvements at ...
Deere could be among the big losers in a China trade war as Beijing targets U.S. agriculture, but the prospect of lower prices also boosted Hormel and other food companies.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Centene, Western Digital, Concho Resources, Pioneer Natural Resources and Tyson Foods
Although China's tariff rates hike on U.S. pork exports pose concerns, Tyson Foods' (TSN) strong portfolio and high demand for protein product are likely to offset such hurdles.
SPRINGDALE, Ark., April 03, 2018-- Tyson Foods, Inc. has committed to support improved environmental practices on two million acres of corn by the end of 2020. It is the largest-ever land stewardship commitment ...
Tyson Foods (TSN) stock fell 6.3% on Monday, April 2, 2018, as China imposed higher tariffs on the import of 128 US commodities including frozen pork. In retaliation against President Trump’s higher duties on steel and aluminum imports, China increased tariffs by 25% on eight commodities including pork products. China’s response is likely to have an adverse impact on the US pork industry, as China is the third largest export market for US pork products.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday: Humana Inc., up $11.87 to $280.70 Reports said the health insurer is in talks about a sale or partnership with Walmart. Tyson Foods Inc., down ...
Chicago Mercantile Exchange hog futures tumbled to their lowest in 16 months on Monday, hit by news that China raised tariffs on U.S. pork by up to 25 percent in response to higher duties on Chinese steel and aluminum by the United States. Late on Sunday, China's finance minister announced the tariff hike that went into effect on Monday with over 120 products listed - including pork - that were consistent with those published by the Chinese on March 23. On Monday shares of Tyson Foods, the largest U.S. meat processor, fell more than 6 percent in the wake of the announcement.