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Tyson Foods, Inc.

TSN.N

Latest Trade

75.80USD

Change

-0.41(-0.54%)

Volume

393,537

Today's Range

75.58

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76.36

52 Week Range

55.82

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82.40

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Pricing

Previous Close
76.21
Open
75.86
Volume
393,537
3M AVG Volume
36.91
Today's High
76.36
Today's Low
75.58
52 Week High
82.40
52 Week Low
55.82
Shares Out (MIL)
365.00
Market Cap (MIL)
27,803.40
Forward P/E
10.05
Dividend (Yield %)
2.34

Next Event

Q4 2021 Tyson Foods Inc Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Tyson Foods, Inc.

Tyson Foods, Inc. is a food company, which produces a range of frozen and refrigerated food products. The Company operates a portfolio of products and brands including Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Wright, Aidells, ibp, and State Fair. The Company's business segments include Beef, Pork, Chicken and Prepared Foods. Its integrated operations consist of breeding stock, contract farmers, feed production, processing, further-processing, marketing and transportation of chicken and related products, including animal and pet food ingredients. It also processes live fed cattle and hogs and fabricates dressed beef and pork carcasses into primal and sub-primal meat cuts, case-ready beef and pork and fully-cooked meats. Its products are marketed and sold to grocery retailers, grocery wholesalers, meat distributors, warehouse club stores, military commissaries, industrial food processing companies, chain restaurants or their distributors.

Industry

Food Processing

Contact Info

2200 W Don Tyson Pkwy

SPRINGDALE, AR

72762-6901

United States

+1.479.2904000

http://www.tysonfoods.com/

Executive Leadership

John H. Tyson

Chairman of the Board

Donnie D. King

President, Chief Executive Officer

Noel W. White

Executive Vice Chairman of the Board

Kevin M. McNamara

Lead Independent Vice Chairman of the Board

Stewart F. Glendinning

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Key Stats

2.14 mean rating - 14 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

40.1K

2019

42.4K

2020

43.2K

2021(E)

46.8K
EPS (USD)

2018

6.160

2019

5.460

2020

5.780

2021(E)

7.586
Price To Earnings (TTM)
12.00
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.61
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.68
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.85
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
62.51
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
53.05
Return on Investment (TTM)
7.79
Return on Equity (TTM)
6.60

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 3-Biden administration plans tougher action to rein in meat prices

The Biden administration plans to take a tougher stance toward meatpacking companies it says are causing sticker shock at grocery stores.

UPDATE 1-Tyson Foods, unions strike deal over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Tyson Foods Inc said on Friday that labor unions have agreed to support its requirement for U.S. employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by November, and the company will offer new benefits to workers including paid sick leave.

Tyson Foods offers $10,000 prizes for vaccinated U.S. chicken workers

Tyson Foods said on Thursday it is offering U.S. chicken plant workers the chance to win $10,000 once a week for the next five weeks if they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Tyson Foods says 5,400 employees take COVID-19 shots after vaccine mandate

About 5,400 Tyson Foods Inc employees have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or received their first shots since the meat processor last week ordered its entire U.S. workforce to be vaccinated by November, the company said on Monday.

UPDATE 3-Tyson Foods raises prices, scrambles to keep up with inflation

Tyson Foods Inc cannot increase prices for chicken and prepared foods fast enough to keep pace with rising costs for raw materials like grain, Chief Executive Donnie King said on Monday, after the company reported higher-than-expected quarterly earnings.

UPDATE 3-Tyson Foods, Microsoft mandate vaccinations, U.S. automakers mask up

Tyson Foods Inc, Microsoft Corp and Detroit's Big Three automakers joined a growing list of U.S. companies that are changing their vaccination and masking policies as the Delta variant triggers renewed pandemic restrictions. Microsoft said on Tuesday all employees, vendors...

Meatpacker Tyson Foods mandates vaccines for workers

Tyson Foods Inc said on Tuesday it was mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for its entire workforce, joining a growing list of major U.S. companies as they face renewed pandemic restrictions due to the fast-spreading Delta variant.

Tyson recalls 8.5 mln pounds of frozen chicken over contamination fears

Tyson Foods Inc is recalling nearly 8.5 million pounds of frozen, fully cooked chicken over fears of possible exposure to a harmful bacteria, the company said in a statement late on Saturday.

Tyson Foods sets net-zero emissions goal, but falls short on farming project

Tyson Foods set a goal on Wednesday to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions globally by 2050, after missing a deadline to improve U.S. farming practices as part of an earlier effort to cut emissions.

U.S. meat giant Tyson Foods to launch plant-based food in Asia-Pacific

U.S. meat processor Tyson Foods Inc will launch its plant-based food in select Asia-Pacific markets starting this month, as it looks to cash in on the burgeoning demand for meat substitutes in the region its rivals have set out to capture.

UPDATE 2-General Mills beefs up pet foods division with $1.2 bln Tyson unit purchase

General Mills Inc said on Friday it would buy Tyson Foods Inc's pet treats business for $1.2 billion in cash, as the cereal maker builds its pet food portfolio at a time people are increasingly adopting cats and dogs.

General Mills to buy Tyson Foods' pet treats business for $1.2 billion

General Mills Inc said on Friday it would buy Tyson Foods Inc's pet treats business for $1.2 billion in cash, as the cereal maker builds its pet food portfolio. (Reporting by Praveen Paramasivam in Bengaluru)

Don't count chickens before they hatch: Tyson bet on wrong rooster

Tyson Foods is laying off a certain type of rooster from its U.S. chicken business after a surprising discovery that eggs fertilized by the male bird hatch less often, resulting in fewer chickens.

UPDATE 4-Tyson Foods expects costs to hit profit, lifts revenue outlook

Tyson Foods warned on Monday that rising costs will hit profits later this year even though the U.S. meatpacker raised its full-year revenue forecast on higher meat prices and improving demand from restaurants.

Tyson Foods beats sales estimates

Tyson Foods Inc beat second-quarter revenue estimates on Monday, as the largest U.S. meat processor benefited from strong demand for its chicken products from reopened restaurants and hotels across the country.

Tyson Foods, Beyond Meat face off with new plant-based burgers

Tyson Foods Inc is launching plant-based hamburgers and sausages ahead of the summer grilling season, the company said on Monday, increasing competition for Beyond Meat as it releases an updated version of its own faux burger.

Tyson Foods, JBS USA meatpacking workers receive COVID-19 vaccines

Meatpacker JBS USA said on Monday that more than 20% of its employees have received a COVID-19 vaccine, while rival Tyson Foods Inc said more than 10% of its workers have received a shot.

UPDATE 3-Tyson Foods shares drop as quarterly sales miss estimates

Tyson Foods Inc reported lower-than-expected first-quarter sales on Thursday amid weak meat demand at restaurants during the pandemic, sending shares down as much as 7.5%.

Tyson Foods misses sales estimates

Tyson Foods Inc missed Wall Street estimates for first-quarter sales on Thursday, squeezed by lower demand for the largest U.S. meat processor's products from restaurants and hotels during the pandemic.

Tyson Foods to face investor pressure over lobbying, human rights at shareholder meeting

Tyson Foods Inc faces pressure from nuns, the Teamsters union and asset managers to disclose more about its lobbying and human-rights policies, after meatpacking workers were ravaged by COVID-19 last year.

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