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JBS S.A. (JBSS3.SA)

São Paulo - São Paulo Delayed price. Currency in BRL
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22.51-0.55 (-2.39%)
At close: 06:07PM BRT
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Previous close23.06
Open23.07
Bid22.72 x 0
Ask22.61 x 0
Day's range22.51 - 23.38
52-week range15.12 - 25.33
Volume5,865,800
Avg. volume5,710,881
Market cap49.93B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.24
PE ratio (TTM)41.69
EPS (TTM)0.54
Earnings date26 Mar 2024
Forward dividend & yield2.00 (8.88%)
Ex-dividend date23 June 2023
1y target est29.79
  • Bloomberg

    NY Sues World’s Top Meatpacker JBS Over Climate Impact

    (Bloomberg) -- New York state is suing JBS SA over allegations the world’s biggest meat-packer misled “the public about its environmental impact.”Most Read from BloombergHow Much Wealth You Need to Join the Richest 1% Around the WorldApple to Wind Down Electric Car Effort After Decadelong OdysseySingapore’s Richest Banking Dynasty Grapples With SuccessionThis Is Where New Migrants Are Going When They Reach the USSupreme Court Immunity Case Jeopardizes Trump Trial Pre-ElectionNew York Attorney Ge

  • Associated Press Finance

    New York AG says meat producing giant made misleading environmental claims to boost sales

    The giant meat producer JBS was accused of making misleading claims about its greenhouse gas emission goals to boost sales among environmentally conscious consumers in a lawsuit filed Wednesday by New York Attorney General Letitia James. The lawsuit filed in a state court in New York City alleges that the company claimed it will achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 despite having no viable plan to meet that commitment. James says the company made misleading statements about its pledges to curb deforestation and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to capitalize on consumers’ desire to make climate friendly choices.

  • Reuters

    New York sues meatpacking giant JBS over climate claims

    JBS, the world's largest beef producer, was sued on Wednesday by New York state's attorney general, which accused it of misleading the public about its impact on the environment in order to boost sales. Attorney General Letitia James said JBS USA Food Co, the Brazilian company's American-based unit, has "no viable plan" to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, making its stated commitment to achieving that goal false and misleading. James said JBS has admitted its "Net Zero by 2040" commitment did not incorporate the vast majority of greenhouse gas emissions from its supply chain, including from deforestation in the Amazon.