Tyson Foods Inc (TSN.N)
9 Dec 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$11,627.91|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||343.82|
CHICAGO, Dec 6 - The recent climb in the share price of U.S. meat processor Tyson Foods Inc to all-time highs suggests the future looks bright for those firms engaged in meat production. And certainly the prospect of record supplies of feed grains in 2014 seems to bode well for those reliant on grain as a key input.
Nov 19 - Tyson Foods Inc : * JP Morgan raises target price to $29 from $28; rating neutral For a summary of rating and price target changes on U.S. companies: Reuters Eikon users, click on Reuters 3000Xtra users, double-click Thomson ONE users, type in RT/RCH/US For a summary of rating and price target changes on Canadian companies: Reuters Eikon users, click on Reuters 3000Xtra users, double-click Thomson ONE users, type in RT/RCH/CA
Nov 18 - Tyson Foods Inc reported a 28 percent jump in quarterly profit on Monday, helped by higher chicken sales and a rebound in its beef business, and said it expected to benefit from lower grain costs this fiscal year.
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Nov 18 - Tyson Foods Inc : * CORRECTED-TYSON FOODS INC FISCAL 2013 (NOT Q4) ADJUSTED SHR $2.26
NEW YORK, Nov 18 - Tyson Foods Inc : * Up 3.9 percent to $29.88 in premarket after Q4 results
Nov 18 - Tyson Foods Inc : * Completes record year as fourth quarter earnings increased 23% to $0.70; poised for strong growth in 2014 * Q4 adjusted earnings per share $2.26 from continuing operations * Q4 earnings per share view $0.69 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S * Sees FY 2014 sales $36 billion * Says declares 50% increase on quarterly dividend from $0.05 to $0.075 on shares of class a common stock * In fiscal 2014, expect overall domestic protein production (chicken, beef, pork
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WINNIPEG, Manitoba/CHICAGO, Oct 25 - A decision by Tyson Foods Inc to stop buying slaughter-ready Canadian cattle looks to accelerate the movement of lighter Canadian cattle to U.S. feedlots, industry sources say, damaging the already fragile Canadian beef sector.
Oct 25 - CME live cattle futures rose for a sixth straight session on Friday, fueled in part by the recent increase in wholesale beef prices amid tight supplies, traders and analysts said.
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