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JBS SA (JBSS3.SA)

JBSS3.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

29.10BRL
16 Aug 2019
Change (% chg)

R$ 0.48 (+1.68%)
Prev Close
R$ 28.62
Open
R$ 29.21
Day's High
R$ 29.97
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R$ 28.61
Volume
15,919,800
Avg. Vol
12,381,864
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R$ 30.43
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R$ 8.17

About

JBS SA, formerly Friboi Ltda, is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the meat processing sector. The Company's activities are divided into three business segments: Beef, which operates slaughter, cold storage and meat processing facilities for the production of beef preservatives, fat, feed and derivate products;... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.35
Market Cap(Mil.): R$ 23,385.37
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,728.75
Dividend: 0.03
Yield (%): 0.38

Financials

  JBSS3.SA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.04 21.94 38.68
EPS (TTM): 0.85 -- --
ROI: 3.71 11.91 55.93
ROE: 9.60 15.25 65.79

JBS mulls acquisitions and U.S. listing after strong second quarter, shares soar

SAO PAULO Brazilian meatpacker JBS SA will consider acquisitions to make the most of opportunities in export markets but only in geographies where it already operates to guarantee synergies among existing businesses.

15 Aug 2019

UPDATE 1-JBS mulls acquisitions and U.S. listing after strong 2nd quarter, shares soar

SAO PAULO, Aug 15 Brazilian meatpacker JBS SA will consider acquisitions to make the most of opportunities in export markets but only in geographies where it already operates to guarantee synergies among existing businesses.

15 Aug 2019

JBS considers acquisitions in geographies where it already operates - CEO

SAO PAULO, Aug 15 Gilberto Tomazoni, Chief Executive Officer of meat-packer JBS SA, said the Brazilian firm will consider acquisitions in geographies where it already operates to make the most of opportunities after an outbreak of African swine fever in Asia.

15 Aug 2019

UPDATE 2-Brazil's JBS posts strong second quarter results, bolstered by Asian demand

SAO PAULO, Aug 14 JBS SA, the world's largest meatpacker, on Wednesday reported net income of 2.184 billion reais ($539 million) in the second quarter, beating analysts' expectations as an outbreak of African swine fever in Asia boosted exports.

15 Aug 2019

JBS posts strong 2nd-qtr results bolstered by Asian demand

SAO PAULO, Aug 14 JBS SA, the world's largest meatpacker, on Wednesday reported net income of 2.184 billion reais ($539 million) in the second quarter, beating analysts' expectations as an outbreak of African swine fever in Asia boosted exports.

15 Aug 2019

UPDATE 1-Brazil's JBS invests in new biodiesel plant amid clean fuel push

SAO PAULO, July 30 A unit of Brazil's JBS SA plans to invest 180 million reais ($47.5 million) to build a biodiesel plant entering service by 2021, as the company looks to cash in on Brazil's accelerating clean fuel drive, according to a statement on Tuesday.

31 Jul 2019

Brazil's JBS to invest $47.5 mln in new biodiesel plant

SAO PAULO, July 30 Seara, the processed foods unit of Brazil's JBS SA, will invest 180 million reais ($47.5 million) to build a new biodiesel plant entering service by 2021, according to a statement on Tuesday.

31 Jul 2019

BRF, Marfrig shares mixed after Brazil meat merger talks called off

SAO PAULO, July 12 Shares in Brazilian meat-packers BRF SA and Marfrig Global Foods opened higher on Friday after the companies called off talks on a potential merger but later trimmed gains.

12 Jul 2019

U.S. launches criminal probe into alleged chicken price fixing by Tyson, rivals

June 25 The U.S. Department of Justice has begun a criminal probe into allegations that Tyson Foods Inc and other poultry processors including Pilgrim's Pride Corp and Sanderson Farms Inc colluded to fix poultry prices, court documents show.

26 Jun 2019

Brazil's JBS prepays debt to free up collateral

SAO PAULO, June 19 Brazil's JBS SA has prepaid $700 million of debt to Banco Santander Brasil SA , Banco Bradesco SA, Banco do Brasil SA and Bank of China, according to a statement of the company's investor relations department.

20 Jun 2019
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