BRF S.A. focuses on raising, producing, and slaughtering poultry, pork, and beef in Brazil. It operates in three segments: Domestic Market (Brazil), Foreign Market (International), and Food Service. The company was founded in 1900 and is based in Itajai, Brazil.
BRFS Price Forecast Based on DCF Valuation
DCF Fair Value Target:
The table below illustrates the output of a discounted cash flow forecast using a variety of scenarios for Brf Sa. To summarize, we found that Brf Sa ranked in the 88th percentile in terms of potential gain offered. More precisely, our analysis suggests the stock is undervalued by approximately 960.17% on a DCF basis. The most interesting components of our discounted cash flow analysis for Brf Sa ended up being:
43% of the company's capital comes from equity, which is greater than just 15.82% of stocks in our cash flow based forecasting set.
Brf Sa's effective tax rate, as measured by taxes paid relative to net income, is at 0 -- greater than merely 0% of US stocks with positive free cash flow.
Relative to other stocks in its sector (Consumer Defensive), Brf Sa has a reliance on debt greater than 92.92% of them.
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Brazil-based food processor BRF SA said on Monday its Lajeado pork unit has been authorized to resume exports to China, according to a statement sent to Reuters, as the Asian nation continues to rely on meat imports. The plant, which faced an outbreak of the novel coronavirus among workers in May, employs about 3,000 people. Major food-producing countries have grown increasingly frustrated with China's scrutiny of imported products.