The expected yield for TSN is 1.79 %, which can be considered at the lower side, after taxation the dividend will return barely more than inflation.
TSN has a trailing price to earnings ratio (P/E) of 13.87. The ratio is determined by the performance in the last 12 months. The P/E ratio is smaller than 20, which we consider a healthly ratio.
With the Debt To Equity rate of TSN (0.77) we can conclude that Tyson Foods, Inc. does not seem to have more liabilities than equity provided by the shareholders. A lower D/E ratio stands for a less risky investment.
On average analists predict that TSN will be correctly priced after a 3%. change. We can expect some long term capital gains.
Latest news for TSN
2019-05-15 Tyson Foods plans to enter alternative protein market in a 'meaningful way'
Tyson Foods Inc. Chief Executive Noel White said Wednesday the processed meats company plans to enter the "alternative protein" space on its own, in a "meaningful way," rather than just invest in an existing company. Speaking at the BMO Farm to Market Conference in New York, White said the company was an early investor in a couple alternative protein companies. "And rather than competing directly with somebody that we have an investment in, we decided that we would exit the investment and move into that category utilizing all the resources that we have available to them to us," White said, according to a transcript provided by FactSet. "So, from an insight standpoint, innovation standpoint, R&D, manufacturing, distribution, sales, we plan to take full advantage of all the resources at our disposal and move into the category in a meaningful way." He said an alternative meats business "certainly has the capability of being a $1 billion business for us" in time. The stock rose 1.1% in afternoon trade.
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2019-05-14 Why Take-Two Interactive, CyberArk Software, and Tyson Foods Jumped Today
See why these three stocks outperformed on a positive day for the markets.
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2019-05-14 Tyson Foods Rise on Analyst Upgrade
Tyson Foods shares edged up following an upgrade by Credit Suisse analysts who believe recent livestock disease outbreaks will fuel increased demand for U.S. meat….TSN
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2019-05-14 Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Coca-Cola, Deere, Tyson Foods, & more
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2019-05-13 Beyond Meat Might Be Animal-Friendly, But Investors Could Suffer
Stocks Analysis by Investing.com (Clement Thibault/Investing.com) covering: Kraft Heinz Co, Tyson Foods Inc, Strauss Group, Hormel Foods Corporation. Read Investing.com (Clement Thibault/Investing.com)'s latest article on Investing.com
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2019-05-09 Tyson Foods Looks Appealing on Strong Beef & Chicken Units
Tyson Foods (TSN) gains from rising demand for protein-packed brands, especially in the beef and chicken segments.
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2019-05-09 Another Company Goes Beyond Meat
Tyson Foods enters the meatless space, raising questions about a fledgling new industry’s investment potential.
Original Article @ The Motley Fool
2019-05-08 'The Threat Is Real': Protein Supply Chain Disrupted As Hog Disease Spreads
Over the last year, African swine fever wiped out 1 million hogs in China and many more across Europe and Southeast Asia. “This is an unusual, perhaps unprecedented time of the protein industry,” Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN ) CEO Noel White said on Monday’s second-quarter earnings call. “In my 39 years in the business, I've never seen an event that has the potential to change global protein production and consumption patterns as African swine fever does.” Analysts forecast the loss of some 150 million to 200 million pigs this year, which Tyson said threatens 5 percent of the global protein supply. Immediate Impact The global decrease in pork has its upsides and its downsides. Rising input costs have already begun to pressure margins in Tyson’s prepared foods segment. But … Full story available on Benzinga.com
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