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01.06.21 12:35:23
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Das was Marketscreener an KGV anzeigt, ist mir immer noch zu hoch.
Der Ölpreis hat sich erholt, was den Real stützen sollte.

Bedeutet für mich: weiter beobachten

Gerne würde ich andere Meinungen dazu hören.
Viel Glück Allen die schon investiert sind !
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27.02.21 10:24:48
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 67.213.881 von onlythebest am 26.02.21 09:31:29
Warum BRFS nach den Zahlen auf Tauchstation geht und über 10% verliert, kann ich nicht
nachvollziehen. Werde aber auch nicht Nachkaufen und nun als Bagholder es aussitzen.

Die Q4 Präsentation ist aus m-S. sehr positiv.
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26.02.21 09:31:29
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 66.336.086 von onlythebest am 07.01.21 20:43:46Turnaround wurde bestätigt.. sehr schön..
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Brazil's BRF fourth-quarter net income beats expectations
By Ana Mano

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian meat processor BRF SA on Thursday posted fourth-quarter net income of 902 million real ($163.09 million), beating analysts’ expectations on the back of strong demand from China and its home market.


FILE PHOTO: A logo of Brazilian meatpacker BRF SA is seen in the headquarters in Curitiba, Brazil October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
The strong quarter boosted 2020 earnings to 1.39 billion reais, helping the world’s largest chicken exporter turn a profit for the second year in a row.

Net revenue for the quarter surged 23.5% to 11.4 billion reais ($2.06 billion) as BRF raised the average price of its products in both international and domestic markets.

Net profit surpassed analysts’ forecasts of 572.03 million reais, while earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) were in line with estimates of 1.496 billion reais.

Overall sales volumes rose 2.2% year-on-year to nearly 1.2 million tonnes. Processed foods account for most of the company’s sales in Brazil, while it sells more fresh chicken and pork internationally.

As in the third quarter, BRF derived more than half of its sales in Brazil, where revenue rose 25.8% and consumption of more expensive food items in its portfolio helped offset higher grain prices and pandemic-related costs.

In China, sales volumes soared 44% and prices, translated into reais, rose by 16%, BRF said.

On a negative note, the company burned 1.5 billion reais of cash, more than 1,200% up from the same period in 2020, driven by higher inventory and accounts receivables.

In the key halal markets of the Middle East, volumes sold remained stable amid effects of the pandemic and slower production in Turkey, where it sells the leading Banvit brand.

However, the halal division’s net revenues jumped 32% to 1.9 billion reais in the quarter, bolstered by a weak Brazilian currency.

($1 = 5.5308 reais)

Reporting by Ana Mano; Editing by Leslie Adler, Jane Wardell and Richard Chang
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07.01.21 20:43:46
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.506.292 von R-BgO am 07.05.19 15:07:46
BRF hat bereits einiges an Sanierungsleistungen vollbracht. Europageschäft verkauft etc.
Im Nahen Ost haben sie eine wichtige Stellung in der Fleischversorgung, die auch weiter ausgebnaut wird.
In den nächsten Monaten wird die Aktie m.M. von BRF auch anspringen.
Der Chart und die 200-Tage-Liniesehen sehr gut aus.
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Brazil’s farm output is key to ensuring food security’
Speaking at the Economic Forum Brazil & Arab Countries, UAE minister Mariam bint Mohammed Al Mheiri stressed Brazil’s role as a global food supplier. Her Brazilian counterpart Tereza Cristina discussed how to develop more solid agreements with Arab countries.
21/10/2020

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São Paulo – “The statistics reveal how Brazil’s output is important to global food security,” said the UAE minister of State for Food Security Mariam bint Mohammed Al Mheiri (pictured above), in mentioning that Brazil accounted for almost 10% of her country’s total imports in H1 2019. Al Mheiri kicked off the third day of the Economic Forum Brazil & Arab Countries alongside Brazil’s minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Tereza Cristina.


Tereza Cristina was first to speak on the Forum’s third day

The day’s discussions revolved around food security. Al Mheiri said one of the reasons Brazil’s partnership with her country is so successful is that Brazil complies with food security standards, and the UAE provides a good business environment.

As a case in point, she mentioned the processing plant that Brasil Foods (BRF) has in Abu Dhabi. It is the biggest such facility in the entire Middle East. “Those industries are crucial to enabling innovation and adding value to production chains,” she said. “Our national strategy provides for a 30% improvement in productivity through agricultural technology, with an eye to making the UAE a world-class innovation hub.”

To that end, Al Mheiri said, Brazilian AgTechs — agricultural technology startups that are popping up more and more in Brazilian farming – are essential. “We must create platforms to share knowledge in this promising field. Brazil and the UAE have a unique opportunity to work together and enable a paradigm shift in food security, with AgTechs at the core of this strategy. Let us not waste this opportunity.”


Ruy Carlos Cury moderated the discussions

Brazil’s minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply Tereza Cristina reaffirmed her commitment to developing ever-more solid agreements with Arab countries. She said the strategic partnership between Brazil and the Arab countries is an example of complementarity. “Brazil is the leading exporter of halal protein in the world,” she said. “We are known for the quality of our product and the efficiency of our enterprises in meeting the requirements of Arab countries.”

She also said the pandemic has evidenced the fact that health and food are interdependent. “Shoppers are demanding even safer food. We must build sustainable agrifood systems and step up international cooperation to cater to growing demand for foodstuffs, and to enhance food security throughout the planet.”

Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce Foreign Trade VP and panel moderator Ruy Carlos Cury remarked that Brazil plays a key role in supplying food to the 400 million residents of Arab countries; it accounts for about 50% of all the food consumed across the region. Besides supplying items such as sugar and poultry, which are some of the most imported items by Arab countries, the Brazilian government envisions growth opportunities in cocoa, cotton, and dried fruit.


Ana Maria discussed agriculture in Minas Gerais

“That is why we are working for direct logistics connections between the two regions, particularly by sea, and we support Brazilian enterprises looking to partner up with Arab countries,” Cury said. “It is our responsibility to ensure that hundreds of thousands of people will have access to healthy foods, through halal certification, through complying with Islamic rules.”

The panel also featured Minas Gerais State Government secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Supply Ana Maria Soares Valentini, who said her region is ready to build rapport with the Arab countries and to step up its exports — in 2019, 1.2 million tons’ worth of goods got shipped from Minas Gerais to the Arab world, particularly sugar, meats, coffee and cereals.

Check out the full coverage on ANBA.

*Special report by Camila Baltazar for ANBA
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07.05.19 15:07:46
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.086.223 von startvestor am 29.10.18 18:00:38
auch 2018 festgetackert in der Verlustzone,
und bilanziell so langsam etwas schwachbrüstig
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29.10.18 18:00:38
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.763.141 von R-BgO am 15.05.18 14:08:19Kann Bolzonaro die eigentlich retten oder sind die bald pleite?

https://www.obermatt.com/de/aktien/brasil-foods-brfs3-br/akt…
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15.05.18 14:08:19
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.899.879 von R-BgO am 09.05.17 13:43:13
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18.08.17 10:13:03
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MACD, RSI und SLow negativ.
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14.08.17 20:29:48
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.386.312 von websin am 24.07.17 18:33:22
Zitat von websin: Anscheinend weitere Ausprägung des "W"



Annahme bestätigt...ausbauen des "W" :)
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24.07.17 18:33:22
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.269.571 von websin am 05.07.17 19:08:25Anscheinend weitere Ausprägung des "W"

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