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OTCMKTS:ASBFY

Associated British Foods (ASBFY) Stock Price, News & Analysis

$28.99
+0.07 (+0.24%)
(As of 02/26/2024 ET)
Today's Range
$28.86
$29.00
50-Day Range
$28.03
$30.68
52-Week Range
$22.38
$30.98
Volume
2,414 shs
Average Volume
6,047 shs
Market Capitalization
$21.91 billion
P/E Ratio
N/A
Dividend Yield
3.69%
Price Target
N/A
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About Associated British Foods Stock (OTCMKTS:ASBFY)

Associated British Foods plc operates as a diversified food, ingredients, and retail company worldwide. It operates through five segments: Grocery, Ingredients, Agriculture, Sugar, and Retail. The Grocery segment manufactures and sells grocery products, including hot beverages, sugar and sweeteners, vegetable oils, balsamic vinegars, bread and baked goods, cereals, ethnic foods, and meat products to retail, wholesale, and foodservice businesses. The Ingredients segment manufactures bakers' yeast, bakery ingredients, enzymes, lipids, yeast extracts, and cereal specialties. The Agriculture segment manufactures and sells animal feeds; and provides other products and services for the agriculture sector. The Sugar segment is involved in growing, processing, and selling sugar beet and sugar cane to industrial users. The Retail segment is involved in buying and merchandising clothing and accessories through the Primark and Penneys retail chains, which offer women's, men's, and kids wear, as well as beauty, homeware, and accessories. The company was incorporated in 1934 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. Associated British Foods plc operates as a subsidiary of Wittington Investments Limited.

ASBFY Stock Price History

ASBFY Stock News Headlines

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Company Calendar

Ex-Dividend for 1/29 Dividend
12/14/2023
Dividend Payable
1/29/2024
Today
2/27/2024
Fiscal Year End
9/30/2024

Industry, Sector and Symbol

Industry
Private households
Sub-Industry
N/A
Current Symbol
OTCMKTS:ASBFY
CIK
N/A
Employees
133,000
Year Founded
1935

Profitability

Pretax Margin
N/A

Debt

Sales & Book Value

Annual Sales
$25.01 billion
Cash Flow
$3.24 per share
Book Value
$17.87 per share

Miscellaneous

Free Float
N/A
Market Cap
$21.91 billion
Optionable
Not Optionable
Beta
1.40

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Key Executives

  • Mr. George Garfield Weston (Age 60)
    CEO & Executive Director
    Comp: $2.93M
  • Mr. Eoin P. Tonge B Eng (Age 52)
    B.E., Finance Director & Director
    Comp: $4.88M
  • Ms. Sue Whalley
    Chief People & Performance Officer
  • Mr. Paul A. Lister (Age 60)
    Company Secretary
  • Mr. Paul Marchant
    Chief Executive Officer of Primark/Penneys
  • Ms. Lynne Walker
    Director of Primark Cares
  • Ms. Katharine Stewart
    Ethical Trade & Environmental Sustainability Director

Should I Buy Associated British Foods Stock? ASBFY Pros and Cons Explained

These insights were generated using artificial intelligence. They are based on proprietary MarketBeat data, news articles, and custom LLM A.I. algorithms. This analysis of Associated British Foods was last updated on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at 4:19 PM.

Pros

Here are some ways that investors could benefit from investing in Associated British Foods plc:

  • Associated British Foods plc operates as a diversified food, ingredients, and retail company worldwide, providing a broad exposure to different sectors within the industry.
  • The company's Grocery segment manufactures and sells a variety of grocery products, including hot beverages, sugar, vegetable oils, and more, catering to a wide range of consumer needs.
  • Recent developments indicate a positive outlook for the company, making it a potentially lucrative investment opportunity.
  • With a strong presence in the retail sector through brands like Primark and Penneys, Associated British Foods plc has a diversified revenue stream.
  • Considering the current stock price and market trends, investing in Associated British Foods plc may offer growth potential for investors.

Cons

Investors should be bearish about investing in Associated British Foods plc for these reasons:

  • The company's exposure to various segments like agriculture and sugar may pose risks due to fluctuations in commodity prices and market conditions.
  • While the company has a diversified portfolio, economic uncertainties or shifts in consumer preferences could impact its performance.
  • Investors need to carefully monitor industry trends and competitive landscape to assess the long-term sustainability of Associated British Foods plc's business model.
  • External factors such as regulatory changes or geopolitical events could influence the company's operations and financial results.
  • It is essential for investors to conduct thorough research and analysis before considering an investment in Associated British Foods plc to mitigate potential risks.














ASBFY Stock Analysis - Frequently Asked Questions

Should I buy or sell Associated British Foods stock right now?

7 Wall Street research analysts have issued "buy," "hold," and "sell" ratings for Associated British Foods in the last year. There are currently 3 hold ratings and 4 buy ratings for the stock. The consensus among Wall Street research analysts is that investors should "moderate buy" ASBFY shares.
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How have ASBFY shares performed in 2024?

Associated British Foods' stock was trading at $30.2950 at the beginning of the year. Since then, ASBFY stock has decreased by 4.3% and is now trading at $28.99.
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How often does Associated British Foods pay dividends? What is the dividend yield for Associated British Foods?

Associated British Foods announced a dividend on Tuesday, November 14th. Stockholders of record on Friday, December 15th will be paid a dividend of $0.5116 per share on Monday, January 29th. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, December 14th. This is a boost from the stock's previous dividend of $0.14.
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Is Associated British Foods a good dividend stock?

Associated British Foods (OTCMKTS:ASBFY) pays an annual dividend of $1.07 per share and currently has a dividend yield of 3.69%.
Read our dividend analysis for ASBFY.

How do I buy shares of Associated British Foods?

Shares of ASBFY stock can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages with access to the U.S. stock market include Charles Schwab, E*TRADE, Fidelity, and Vanguard Brokerage Services.
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This page (OTCMKTS:ASBFY) was last updated on 2/27/2024 by MarketBeat.com Staff

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