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Volume795,629 shs
Average Volume1.22 million shs
Market Capitalization$8.34 billion
P/E Ratio52.48
Dividend Yield0.48%
Beta0.82

Competitors

The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) Vs. CTVA, HSY, ADM, FMX, CLX, and HRL

Should you be buying NYT stock or one of its competitors? Companies in the sector of "consumer staples" are considered alternatives and competitors to The New York Times, including Corteva (CTVA), The Hershey (HSY), Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM), Fomento Económico Mexicano (FMX), The Clorox (CLX), and Hormel Foods (HRL).

Corteva (NYSE:CTVA) and The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior investment? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, earnings, dividends, valuation, profitability and institutional ownership.

Volatility & Risk

Corteva has a beta of 0.82, suggesting that its share price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, suggesting that its share price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Earnings & Valuation

This table compares Corteva and The New York Times' revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
Corteva$13.85 billion2.26$-959,000,000.00$1.4329.41
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20

The New York Times has lower revenue, but higher earnings than Corteva. Corteva is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Dividends

Corteva pays an annual dividend of $0.52 per share and has a dividend yield of 1.2%. The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. Corteva pays out 36.4% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The New York Times has increased its dividend for 2 consecutive years.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of recent recommendations and price targets for Corteva and The New York Times, as reported by MarketBeat.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
Corteva381202.39
The New York Times10502.67

Corteva currently has a consensus price target of $36.1667, suggesting a potential downside of 14.01%. The New York Times has a consensus price target of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. Given The New York Times' stronger consensus rating and higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe The New York Times is more favorable than Corteva.

Insider and Institutional Ownership

77.2% of Corteva shares are owned by institutional investors. Comparatively, 93.4% of The New York Times shares are owned by institutional investors. 0.2% of Corteva shares are owned by insiders. Comparatively, 2.6% of The New York Times shares are owned by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that hedge funds, endowments and large money managers believe a stock is poised for long-term growth.

Profitability

This table compares Corteva and The New York Times' net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
Corteva4.42%4.70%2.72%
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%

Summary

The New York Times beats Corteva on 12 of the 16 factors compared between the two stocks.

The Hershey (NYSE:HSY) and The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior investment? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, earnings, dividends, valuation, profitability and institutional ownership.

Earnings & Valuation

This table compares The Hershey and The New York Times' revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
The Hershey$7.99 billion3.86$1.15 billion$5.7825.64
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20

The Hershey has higher revenue and earnings than The New York Times. The Hershey is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Volatility & Risk

The Hershey has a beta of 0.31, suggesting that its share price is 69% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, suggesting that its share price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of recent recommendations and price targets for The Hershey and The New York Times, as reported by MarketBeat.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
The Hershey110702.33
The New York Times10502.67

The Hershey currently has a consensus price target of $152.5333, suggesting a potential upside of 2.92%. The New York Times has a consensus price target of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. Given The Hershey's higher probable upside, equities research analysts clearly believe The Hershey is more favorable than The New York Times.

Profitability

This table compares The Hershey and The New York Times' net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
The Hershey14.87%70.30%14.48%
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

52.1% of The Hershey shares are owned by institutional investors. Comparatively, 93.4% of The New York Times shares are owned by institutional investors. 29.4% of The Hershey shares are owned by insiders. Comparatively, 2.6% of The New York Times shares are owned by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that hedge funds, endowments and large money managers believe a stock is poised for long-term growth.

Dividends

The Hershey pays an annual dividend of $3.22 per share and has a dividend yield of 2.2%. The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. The Hershey pays out 55.7% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The Hershey has increased its dividend for 8 consecutive years and The New York Times has increased its dividend for 2 consecutive years. The Hershey is clearly the better dividend stock, given its higher yield and longer track record of dividend growth.

Summary

The Hershey beats The New York Times on 11 of the 17 factors compared between the two stocks.

The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) and Archer-Daniels-Midland (NYSE:ADM) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior stock? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, valuation, institutional ownership and earnings.

Valuation & Earnings

This table compares The New York Times and Archer-Daniels-Midland's top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20
Archer-Daniels-Midland$64.66 billion0.45$1.38 billion$3.2416.30

Archer-Daniels-Midland has higher revenue and earnings than The New York Times. Archer-Daniels-Midland is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Risk & Volatility

The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, indicating that its stock price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Archer-Daniels-Midland has a beta of 0.85, indicating that its stock price is 15% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a summary of current ratings and target prices for The New York Times and Archer-Daniels-Midland, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
The New York Times10502.67
Archer-Daniels-Midland03802.73

The New York Times currently has a consensus target price of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. Archer-Daniels-Midland has a consensus target price of $53.0909, suggesting a potential upside of 0.51%. Given Archer-Daniels-Midland's stronger consensus rating and higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe Archer-Daniels-Midland is more favorable than The New York Times.

Profitability

This table compares The New York Times and Archer-Daniels-Midland's net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%
Archer-Daniels-Midland2.53%11.10%4.70%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

93.4% of The New York Times shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 77.9% of Archer-Daniels-Midland shares are held by institutional investors. 2.6% of The New York Times shares are held by insiders. Comparatively, 1.3% of Archer-Daniels-Midland shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, large money managers and hedge funds believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.

Dividends

The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. Archer-Daniels-Midland pays an annual dividend of $1.44 per share and has a dividend yield of 2.7%. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Archer-Daniels-Midland pays out 44.4% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The New York Times has raised its dividend for 2 consecutive years and Archer-Daniels-Midland has raised its dividend for 45 consecutive years. Archer-Daniels-Midland is clearly the better dividend stock, given its higher yield and longer track record of dividend growth.

Summary

Archer-Daniels-Midland beats The New York Times on 9 of the 17 factors compared between the two stocks.

The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) and Fomento Económico Mexicano (NYSE:FMX) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior stock? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, valuation, institutional ownership and earnings.

Valuation & Earnings

This table compares The New York Times and Fomento Económico Mexicano's top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20
Fomento Económico Mexicano$26.33 billion1.00$1.10 billion$3.0724.02

Fomento Económico Mexicano has higher revenue and earnings than The New York Times. Fomento Económico Mexicano is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Risk & Volatility

The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, indicating that its stock price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Fomento Económico Mexicano has a beta of 0.97, indicating that its stock price is 3% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a summary of current ratings and target prices for The New York Times and Fomento Económico Mexicano, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
The New York Times10502.67
Fomento Económico Mexicano13001.75

The New York Times currently has a consensus target price of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. Fomento Económico Mexicano has a consensus target price of $75.50, suggesting a potential upside of 2.39%. Given Fomento Económico Mexicano's higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe Fomento Económico Mexicano is more favorable than The New York Times.

Profitability

This table compares The New York Times and Fomento Económico Mexicano's net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%
Fomento Económico Mexicano1.21%2.70%1.25%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

93.4% of The New York Times shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 19.1% of Fomento Económico Mexicano shares are held by institutional investors. 2.6% of The New York Times shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, large money managers and hedge funds believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.

Dividends

The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. Fomento Económico Mexicano pays an annual dividend of $1.49 per share and has a dividend yield of 2.0%. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Fomento Económico Mexicano pays out 48.5% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The New York Times has raised its dividend for 2 consecutive years.

Summary

The New York Times beats Fomento Económico Mexicano on 10 of the 17 factors compared between the two stocks.

The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) and The Clorox (NYSE:CLX) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior stock? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, valuation, institutional ownership and earnings.

Valuation & Earnings

This table compares The New York Times and The Clorox's top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20
The Clorox$6.72 billion3.80$939 million$7.3627.49

The Clorox has higher revenue and earnings than The New York Times. The Clorox is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Risk & Volatility

The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, indicating that its stock price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, The Clorox has a beta of 0.21, indicating that its stock price is 79% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a summary of current ratings and target prices for The New York Times and The Clorox, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
The New York Times10502.67
The Clorox38502.13

The New York Times currently has a consensus target price of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. The Clorox has a consensus target price of $217.8125, suggesting a potential upside of 7.64%. Given The Clorox's higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe The Clorox is more favorable than The New York Times.

Profitability

This table compares The New York Times and The Clorox's net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%
The Clorox16.14%132.72%18.95%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

93.4% of The New York Times shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 81.7% of The Clorox shares are held by institutional investors. 2.6% of The New York Times shares are held by insiders. Comparatively, 1.1% of The Clorox shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, large money managers and hedge funds believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.

Dividends

The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. The Clorox pays an annual dividend of $4.44 per share and has a dividend yield of 2.2%. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. The Clorox pays out 60.3% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The New York Times has raised its dividend for 2 consecutive years and The Clorox has raised its dividend for 45 consecutive years. The Clorox is clearly the better dividend stock, given its higher yield and longer track record of dividend growth.

Summary

The Clorox beats The New York Times on 9 of the 16 factors compared between the two stocks.

The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) and Hormel Foods (NYSE:HRL) are both consumer staples companies, but which is the superior stock? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, valuation, institutional ownership and earnings.

Valuation & Earnings

This table compares The New York Times and Hormel Foods' top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
The New York Times$1.81 billion4.60$139.97 million$0.9254.20
Hormel Foods$9.61 billion2.55$908.08 million$1.6627.36

Hormel Foods has higher revenue and earnings than The New York Times. Hormel Foods is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than The New York Times, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Risk & Volatility

The New York Times has a beta of 0.82, indicating that its stock price is 18% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Hormel Foods has a beta of -0.06, indicating that its stock price is 106% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a summary of current ratings and target prices for The New York Times and Hormel Foods, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsStrong Buy RatingsRating Score
The New York Times10502.67
Hormel Foods17001.88

The New York Times currently has a consensus target price of $45.00, suggesting a potential downside of 9.75%. Hormel Foods has a consensus target price of $45.8571, suggesting a potential upside of 0.98%. Given Hormel Foods' higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe Hormel Foods is more favorable than The New York Times.

Profitability

This table compares The New York Times and Hormel Foods' net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
The New York Times8.88%13.73%8.02%
Hormel Foods9.45%14.55%10.04%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

93.4% of The New York Times shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 42.8% of Hormel Foods shares are held by institutional investors. 2.6% of The New York Times shares are held by insiders. Comparatively, 0.8% of Hormel Foods shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, large money managers and hedge funds believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.

Dividends

The New York Times pays an annual dividend of $0.24 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.5%. Hormel Foods pays an annual dividend of $0.98 per share and has a dividend yield of 2.2%. The New York Times pays out 26.1% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Hormel Foods pays out 59.0% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. Both companies have healthy payout ratios and should be able to cover their dividend payments with earnings for the next several years. The New York Times has raised its dividend for 2 consecutive years and Hormel Foods has raised its dividend for 53 consecutive years. Hormel Foods is clearly the better dividend stock, given its higher yield and longer track record of dividend growth.

Summary

Hormel Foods beats The New York Times on 9 of the 17 factors compared between the two stocks.


The New York Times Competitors List

Competitor NameCompetitor BTM RankCompetitor PriceCompetitor Price ChangeCompetitor Market CapCompetitor RevenueCompetitor P/E RatioCompetitor Indicator(s)
CTVA
Corteva
1.9$42.06-1.0%$31.34 billion$13.85 billion51.29Dividend Announcement
Analyst Downgrade
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
The Hershey logo
HSY
The Hershey
1.9$148.20-0.5%$30.85 billion$7.99 billion26.00
Archer-Daniels-Midland logo
ADM
Archer-Daniels-Midland
2.5$52.82-0.1%$29.39 billion$64.66 billion18.66Upcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
Fomento Económico Mexicano logo
FMX
Fomento Económico Mexicano
1.6$73.74-0.5%$26.39 billion$26.33 billion74.49Analyst Downgrade
The Clorox logo
CLX
The Clorox
2.1$202.35-2.5%$25.51 billion$6.72 billion22.53Analyst Report
News Coverage
Hormel Foods logo
HRL
Hormel Foods
2.0$45.41-0.4%$24.52 billion$9.61 billion27.19Analyst Report
McCormick & Company, Incorporated logo
MKC
McCormick & Company, Incorporated
1.4$91.87-0.4%$24.51 billion$5.35 billion32.46Upcoming Earnings
Tyson Foods logo
TSN
Tyson Foods
2.3$66.52-0.9%$24.22 billion$43.19 billion11.35News Coverage
CCEP
Coca-Cola European Partners
1.4$47.85-1.7%$23.18 billion$13.46 billion16.91
Church & Dwight logo
CHD
Church & Dwight
2.0$84.92-0.2%$21.10 billion$4.36 billion27.39Upcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
News Coverage
Molson Coors Beverage logo
TAP
Molson Coors Beverage
1.3$50.52-0.3%$20.50 billion$13.01 billion18.78Analyst Report
News Coverage
Kellogg logo
K
Kellogg
1.9$58.30-0.7%$20.04 billion$13.58 billion16.85Analyst Report
Insider Selling
Unusual Options Activity
Conagra Brands logo
CAG
Conagra Brands
2.1$34.38-0.9%$16.80 billion$11.05 billion15.15Analyst Report
Campbell Soup logo
CPB
Campbell Soup
1.7$46.58-0.1%$14.11 billion$8.69 billion8.00
The J. M. Smucker logo
SJM
The J. M. Smucker
2.1$114.24-0.7%$13.03 billion$7.80 billion14.80Dividend Announcement
Analyst Report
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NTCO
Natura &Co
0.1$18.04-1.6%$12.40 billion$3.66 billion200.44News Coverage
International Flavors & Fragrances logo
IFF
International Flavors & Fragrances
2.5$115.81-0.2%$12.38 billion$5.14 billion34.67
Lamb Weston logo
LW
Lamb Weston
1.9$78.15-1.4%$11.44 billion$3.79 billion38.69
The Boston Beer logo
SAM
The Boston Beer
1.3$930.19-1.1%$11.39 billion$1.25 billion66.44
Darling Ingredients logo
DAR
Darling Ingredients
1.6$66.78-1.3%$10.83 billion$3.36 billion22.64
NWL
Newell Brands
1.3$24.80-0.6%$10.52 billion$9.71 billion-95.38Unusual Options Activity
Coca-Cola FEMSA logo
KOF
Coca-Cola FEMSA
1.6$46.39-0.0%$9.74 billion$10.11 billion22.41Analyst Report
Aramark logo
ARMK
Aramark
1.4$35.46-2.1%$9.00 billion$12.83 billion-19.38
Service Co. International logo
SCI
Service Co. International
1.9$51.09-1.3%$8.83 billion$3.23 billion20.04
Beyond Meat logo
BYND
Beyond Meat
1.1$140.70-4.3%$8.82 billion$297.90 million-312.67Analyst Report
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Albertsons Companies logo
ACI
Albertsons Companies
2.2$17.50-0.7%$8.15 billion$62.46 billion0.00Analyst Downgrade
US Foods logo
USFD
US Foods
1.5$34.77-1.6%$7.68 billion$25.94 billion-55.19Analyst Report
Unusual Options Activity
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Post logo
POST
Post
1.7$98.94-0.2%$6.52 billion$5.70 billion-3,296.90Analyst Upgrade
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OLLI
Ollie's Bargain Outlet
1.1$94.49-1.4%$6.18 billion$1.41 billion27.31Analyst Downgrade
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Freshpet logo
FRPT
Freshpet
1.7$148.72-2.2%$6.04 billion$245.86 million1,352.12Analyst Report
Analyst Revision
Helen of Troy logo
HELE
Helen of Troy
1.4$234.81-0.1%$5.73 billion$1.71 billion26.06
LESL
Leslie's
1.3$28.28-1.0%$5.28 billion$1.11 billion67.33Analyst Report
Nomad Foods logo
NOMD
Nomad Foods
1.6$25.90-1.0%$5.21 billion$2.60 billion21.58
Ingredion logo
INGR
Ingredion
2.3$77.07-0.5%$5.16 billion$6.21 billion15.23Analyst Upgrade
Pilgrim's Pride logo
PPC
Pilgrim's Pride
1.7$20.40-1.0%$4.97 billion$11.41 billion26.84News Coverage
Coty logo
COTY
Coty
1.5$6.33-8.8%$4.85 billion$4.72 billion-5.46News Coverage
Lancaster Colony logo
LANC
Lancaster Colony
2.0$174.46-0.0%$4.80 billion$1.33 billion36.05News Coverage
Flowers Foods logo
FLO
Flowers Foods
1.3$22.44-1.3%$4.75 billion$4.12 billion48.78Analyst Report
Celsius logo
CELH
Celsius
1.5$64.68-2.3%$4.63 billion$75.15 million924.13
51job logo
JOBS
51job
1.6$68.88-0.7%$4.61 billion$574.57 million32.49
National Beverage logo
FIZZ
National Beverage
1.2$98.44-3.7%$4.59 billion$1.00 billion28.62Analyst Upgrade
The Hain Celestial Group logo
HAIN
The Hain Celestial Group
1.5$39.96-0.3%$4.02 billion$2.05 billion153.69
WD-40 logo
WDFC
WD-40
1.7$288.93-2.0%$3.95 billion$423.35 million65.67
GO
Grocery Outlet
1.3$39.95-2.4%$3.76 billion$2.56 billion42.05Insider Selling
Hillenbrand logo
HI
Hillenbrand
2.0$44.25-1.6%$3.32 billion$2.52 billion-54.63
Energizer logo
ENR
Energizer
2.1$48.00-0.4%$3.29 billion$2.74 billion-30.38Analyst Report
Sanderson Farms logo
SAFM
Sanderson Farms
1.7$142.25-1.8%$3.18 billion$3.56 billion112.90Analyst Upgrade
News Coverage
BRF logo
BRFS
BRF
1.5$3.82-1.0%$3.10 billion$8.13 billion12.32
Compañía Cervecerías Unidas logo
CCU
Compañía Cervecerías Unidas
1.3$16.50-0.4%$3.05 billion$2.41 billion24.26High Trading Volume
Nu Skin Enterprises logo
NUS
Nu Skin Enterprises
2.1$57.82-0.4%$2.95 billion$2.42 billion19.47Insider Selling
This page was last updated on 1/22/2021 by MarketBeat.com Staff

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