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Barry Callebaut AG

BARN.S

Latest Trade

2,008.00CHF

Change

-8.00(-0.40%)

Volume

15,635

Today's Range

1,999.00

 - 

2,018.00

52 Week Range

1,626.00

 - 

2,240.00

As of on the SIX Swiss Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
2,016.00
Open
2,014.00
Volume
15,635
3M AVG Volume
0.25
Today's High
2,018.00
Today's Low
1,999.00
52 Week High
2,240.00
52 Week Low
1,626.00
Shares Out (MIL)
5.49
Market Cap (MIL)
11,021.63
Forward P/E
35.85
Dividend (Yield %)
1.29

Next Event

Full Year 2020 Barry Callebaut AG Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Barry Callebaut Places Second Promissory Note Loan

RPT-Barry Callebaut says food manufacturer business recovers faster than gourmet

Barry Callebaut CEO says situation in Brazil volatile, factories running

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About Barry Callebaut AG

Barry Callebaut AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in the food processing industry. The Company produces cocoa, chocolate and confectionery products for the food industry, from industrial food manufacturers to artisanal and professional users of chocolate, such as chocolatiers, pastry chefs, bakers, hotels, restaurants or caterer. Its manufacturing process involves all stages of the cocoa and chocolate value chain from the sourcing of raw materials to the delivery of the finished products. The Company’s global activities are divided into four geographic-based segments: Global Cocoa, Europe, Americas, and Asia Pacific. The Company operates more than 50 chocolate and cocoa factories, and is present in over 30 countries. The Company operates Nyonkopa, a licensed buying company based in Ghana, as a subsidiary.

Industry

Food Processing

Contact Info

Westpark, Pfingstweidstrasse 60

8005

Switzerland

+41.43.2040404

https://www.barry-callebaut.com/

Executive Leadership

Patrick G. de Maeseneire

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Antoine Bernard de Saint-Affrique

Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Remco J. Steenbergen

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Olivier Delaunay

Chief Operations Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Isabelle Esser

Chief Human Resource Officer

Key Stats

2.56 mean rating - 9 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, CHF)

2017

6.8K

2018

6.9K

2019

7.3K

2020(E)

6.9K
EPS (CHF)

2017

51.660

2018

64.550

2019

67.210

2020(E)

56.243
Price To Earnings (TTM)
29.15
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.49
Price To Book (MRQ)
4.59
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
18.98
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
88.90
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
68.97
Return on Investment (TTM)
8.45
Return on Equity (TTM)
5.20

Latest News

Latest News

Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut confident of rebound

Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut raised its sales forecast for the next three years on Thursday on expectations that demand from major food companies would recover quickly even if restaurants and bakeries continued to struggle.

Barry Callebaut sees improvement in June, raises mid-term outlook

Barry Callebaut said on Thursday sales volumes improved in June and raised its mid-term guidance for the 3-year period starting in September after the COVID-19 pandemic hit sales volumes in the three months to May 31.

Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut buys Australia's GKC Foods

Barry Callebaut <BARN.S> has signed a deal to buy Australian chocolate, coatings and fillings maker GKC Foods, the Swiss company said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Barry Callebaut says large customers pay on time, some smaller ones are struggling

* BARRY CALLEBAUT CEO SAYS HAS NOT SEEN MAJOR DISRUPTION IN SUPPLY CHAIN SO FAR, BUT TRANSPORT OF GOODS GETTING MORE DIFFICULT

Barry Callebaut shores up liquidity as braces for COVID-19 hit

Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut tapped a 1 billion euro ($1.09 billion) revolving credit facility to shore up liquidity after the coronavirus epidemic hit sales in early 2020, the Swiss company said, signaling the worst impact may yet come.

RPT-Barry Callebaut taps credit facility to cushion impact of COVID-19

Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut said it has tapped a 1 billion euro ($1.09 billion) revolving credit facility to get better access to liquidity saying the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its business is difficult to predict.

RPT-Barry Callebaut taps credit facility to cushion impact of COVID-19

Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut said it has tapped a 1 billion euro ($1.09 billion) revolving credit facility to get better access to liquidity saying the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its business is difficult to predict.

BRIEF-Barry Callebaut CEO says business in China back at normal levels

* BARRY CALLEBAUT CEO SAYS RESTARTED PRODUCTION IN CHINA ON FEB 20, BACK AT NORMAL LEVELS WITHIN 3 WEEKS Further company coverage: (Reporting by Silke Koltrowitz)

Ivory Coast suspends Cargill, Barry Callebaut from buying new cocoa beans

Ivory Coast's cocoa board (CCC) has temporarily suspended Cargill, Barry Callebaut and some other traders from buying new beans because they have exceeded their quotas, CCC chief executive Yves Brahima Kone said on Tuesday.

Barry Callebaut sales rise, outperforms flat chocolate market

Barry Callebaut said on Wednesday it had outperformed the global chocolate industry after its sales volume rose 8.2% in the three months ended Nov. 30, helped by favourable comparables and its recently acquired Russian company Inforum.

Barry Callebaut outperforms flat chocolate market

Barry Callebaut said it had outperformed the global chocolate industry after its sales volumes rose 8.2% in the three months to Nov. 30 helped by favourable comparables and the recently acquired Russian company Inforum.

CORRECTED-Barry Callebaut cites progress in helping cocoa farmers tackle child labour

Swiss cocoa products maker Barry Callebaut said on Tuesday that 26% of the farmer groups from which it sourced products in 2018/2019 had programmes to prevent child labour, more than double the figure from the previous year.

Investment firm Jacobs Holding cuts stake in Barry Callebaut

Jacobs Holding is selling a 2.85% stake in Barry Callebaut AG <BARN.S> in a private placement to Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and launching an accelerated bookbuilding process for a stake of another 7.17%, it said on Monday.

Barry Callebaut sticks to sales growth target after solid full year

Barry Callebaut <BARN.S>, which makes chocolate and cocoa products for firms like Nestle <NESN.S> and Unilever <ULVR.L>, stuck to a sales volume growth target of 4-6% over the next three years, counting on new outsourcing deals to fuel growth.

Barry Callebaut expects to pass on Ivory Coast, Ghana cocoa bean premium

Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut said it expected to pass on higher cocoa bean prices linked to the introduction of a premium by top growers Ivory Coast and Ghana to its customers and expected other producing countries to follow suit.

Barry Callebaut confirms guidance after solid full year

Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut confirmed it wants to grow sales volumes by 4-6% over the next three years after outsourcing contracts and solid demand in emerging markets helped profit and sales rise in fiscal 2018/19.

UPDATE 2-Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut confirms guidance as sales accelerate

* Confirms mid-term guidance of 4-6% volume growth (Adds analyst comment, share price indication)

Barry Callebaut confirms guidance after solid 9 months

Swiss chocolate and cocoa maker Barry Callebaut confirmed its mid-term guidance on Thursday after posting an acceleration in sales volumes for the nine months to May 31, helped by new outsourcing volumes.

UPDATE 1-Barry Callebaut Q2 sales growth accelerates

Switzerland's Barry Callebaut said sales volume growth accelerated to 3.1 percent in the three months to Feb. 28, helping first-half net profit grow 15.1 percent to 199.1 million Swiss francs ($198.7 million).

Barry Callebaut Q2 sales growth accelerates

Switzerland's Barry Callebaut said sales volume growth accelerated to 3.1 percent in the three months to Feb. 28, helping first-half net profit grow 15.1 percent to 199.1 million Swiss francs ($198.7 million).

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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