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Hormel Foods Corp (HRL.N)

HRL.N on New York Stock Exchange

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About

Hormel Foods Corporation is engaged in the production of a range of meat and food products. The Company operates through four segments: Grocery Products, which is engaged in the processing, marketing and sale of shelf-stable food products sold for the retail market and health and also consists of nutrition products, including... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.59
Market Cap(Mil.): $16,689.93
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 527.83
Dividend: 0.17
Yield (%): 2.15

Financials

  HRL.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 19.57 22.60 40.93
EPS (TTM): 1.62 -- --
ROI: 16.04 12.23 62.11
ROE: 19.09 15.60 73.68

RPT-INSIGHT-Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs

(Repeats with additional reporting credit) By Eric M. Johnson and Chris Prentice SEATTLE/BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb 26 The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers, forcing the likes of General Mills Inc and Hormel Foods Corp to spend more on deliveries and consider raising their own prices as a way to pass along the costs. Interviews with executives at 10 companies across the food, con

26 Feb 2018

Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs

SEATTLE/BOCA RATON, Fla. The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers, forcing the likes of General Mills Inc and Hormel Foods Corp to spend more on deliveries and consider raising their own prices as a way to pass along the costs.

26 Feb 2018

Insight - Corporate America’s new dilemma - raising prices to cover higher transport costs

SEATTLE/BOCA RATON, Fla. The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers, forcing the likes of General Mills Inc and Hormel Foods Corp to spend more on deliveries and consider raising their own prices as a way to pass along the costs.

26 Feb 2018

RPT-INSIGHT-Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs

(Repeats to additional customers with no changes to text) By Eric M. Johnson and Chris Prentice SEATTLE/BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb 26 The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers, forcing the likes of General Mills Inc and Hormel Foods Corp to spend more on deliveries and consider raising their own prices as a way to pass along the costs. Interviews with executives at 10 companies acros

26 Feb 2018

INSIGHT-Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs

By Eric M. Johnson and Chris Prentice SEATTLE/BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb 26 The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers, forcing the likes of General Mills Inc and Hormel Foods Corp to spend more on deliveries and consider raising their own prices as a way to pass along the costs. Interviews with executives at 10 companies across the food, consumer goods and commodities sectors reveal t

26 Feb 2018

BRIEF-Hormel Foods Q1 Earnings Per Share $0.56

* HORMEL FOODS ANNOUNCES RECORD FIRST QUARTER RESULTS AND INCREASES GUIDANCE DUE TO TAX REFORM

22 Feb 2018

Earnings vs. Estimates