BRF S.A. (BRFS) traded on a positive note gaining 0.31 points or 2.5% to be valued at $12.71 per share. Intraday, the shares aggregated $1.53 million in upticks but saw an exodus of $3.8 million in downticks. The net money flow was calculated to be $(-2.27) million with the final up/down ratio coming in at 0.4. The share price has seen a change of 0.71% in value during the week. Block trade of up/down ratio of 0.18 was also registered with $0.47 million in upticks and $2.53 million in downticks. The net money flow for the block exchange was disappointing at $(-2.07) Million.
Based on the Stock Research reports from financial advisors, there are 1 Analysts recommending as a Strong Buy, Investors should also note that 1 Stock brokerage firms are recommending to Hold the stock for short term. BRF S.A. (NYSE:BRFS) rose 3.23% or 0.4 points on Thursday and made its way into the gainers of the day. After trading began at $12.74 the stock was seen hitting $12.91 as a peak level and $12.62 as the lowest level. The stock ended up at $12.8. The daily volume was measured at 4,630,498 shares. The 52-week high of the share price is $18.12 and the 52-week low is $11.98. The company has a market cap of $10,227 million.
According to the corporate earnings calendar, BRF S.A. will release next earnings on Apr 27, 2017 with an estimated EPS consensus of $-0.07. Based on the consensus of stock financial advisors the stock has a price target of $16. Current year estimate on EPS consensus is $0.49. The Estimated EPS rate for Long term growth is $5.4. For Dividend Investing Stock Market Traders BRF S.A. has a Dividend Yield of 1.23% with an Annual Dividend of $0.15.
BRF Brasil Foods SA, formerly Perdigao S.A., is a Brazil-based food company focused on the production and sale of poultry, pork, beef cuts, milk, dairy products, and processed food products. The Companys products include frozen whole and cut chickens; frozen pork cuts and beef cuts; processed food products, such as marinated frozen whole and cut chickens, roosters (sold under the Chester brand) and turkeys; specialty meats, such as sausages, ham products, bologna, frankfurters, salamis, bacon and other smoked products; frozen processed meats, such as hamburgers, steaks, breaded meat products, kibes and meatballs, and frozen processed vegetarian foods; frozen prepared entrees, such as lasagnas and pizzas, as well as other frozen foods, including vegetables, cheese bread and pies; dairy products, such as cheeses, powdered milk and yogurts; juices, soy milk and soy juices; margarine; milk, and soy meal and refined soy flour, as well as animal feed.