MRFG3 • BVMF
Marfrig Global Foods SA
R$12.80
Jun 24, 8:39:05 PM GMT-3 · BRL · BVMF · Disclaimer
StockBR listed securityBR headquartered
Previous close
R$12.80
Day range
R$12.58 - R$13.21
Year range
R$12.28 - R$28.06
Market cap
8.85B BRL
Avg Volume
7.97M
P/E ratio
2.10
Dividend yield
25.24%
Primary exchange
BVMF
CDP Climate Change Score
B
Market news
Financials
Income Statement
Financial performance
Revenue
Net income
(BRL)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Revenue
22.34B29.62%
Operating expense
1.15B14.68%
Net income
108.76M-61.07%
Earnings per share
0.06-93.19%
EBITDA
2.68B66.24%
Effective tax rate
60.77%
Financial performance
Total assets
Total liabilities
(BRL)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Cash and short-term investments
11.06B0.07%
Total assets
48.56B16.42%
Total liabilities
43.45B15.12%
Total equity
5.11B
Shares outstanding
660.27M
Price to book
2.51
Return on assets
12.05%
Return on capital
15.43%
Financial performance
Net change in cash
(BRL)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Net income
108.76M-61.07%
Cash from operations
1.20B661.59%
Cash from investing
-2.36B-1,252.59%
Cash from financing
4.80B497.32%
Net change in cash
3.20B768.38%
Free cash flow
1.39B239.68%
About
Marfrig is the second largest Brazilian food processing company, after JBS. The company is headquartered in São Paulo. The company has an operational base in 22 countries, exporting to over 100, and is the second-largest beef producer in the world. Marfrig has about 90,000 employees and has the following structure of units: 33 units of cattle industry, 21 industrial units of chickens, 48 plants for industrial goods and processed, four industrial pig units in Brazil, two industrial units of turkeys, five plants of lamb, 27 own factories of feed for chickens, turkeys, and pigs and two trading companies, 14 industries and commercial offices for leather. The daily capacity is 31,200 head of cattle, 10,400 pigs, 10,400 sheep, 350,000 turkeys, and 3.7 million chickens. In addition, the company has an installed capacity around 126,000 tons of processed products, and more than 178,500 pieces of leather processed per month. In June 2010, it announced the acquisition of Keystone Foods, a supplier of processed meats for the restaurant chain McDonald's and other companies. In 2018, Marfrig sold Keystone to Tyson Foods. Wikipedia
Founded
May 23, 2000
Employees
31,779
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