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symbol IBA
会社名 Industrias Bachoco S.A.B. de C.V. (INDUST BACHO SAB)
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業種 食品加工   一般消費財(Consumer Products)
概要 インドゥストリアス・バチョコ(Industrias Bachoco SAB de CV)は家禽生産に従事するメキシコの持株会社。同社の主要な製品ラインは鶏、食用卵、豚肉、七面鳥およびその他の家禽関連製品を含む。同社はメキシコ及び米国に位置する生産施設を介して、鶏、豚と七面鳥の孵化と飼育、及びその派生製品の包装・販売を行う。平成23年12月31日現在、同社の子会社はBachoco SA de CV、Campi Alimentos SA de CV、Aviser SA de CV、Operadora de Servicios de Personal SA de CV、Secba SA de CV、Sepetec SA de CV及びServicios de Personal Administrativo SA de CVなどを含んでいる。  インドゥストリアス・バチョコは、メキシコの養鶏会社大手。養鶏場、 加工施設、肥育設備、ふ化工場を運営し、原種鶏・種鶏・ブロイラ―の飼養、産卵鶏の育雛・飼育、孵卵、鶏解体処理、配合飼料の製造、飼料添加物の製造、家畜用医薬品の製造などに従事。  Industrias Bachoco SAB de CV is a holding company, which engages breeding, processing, and marketing poultry such as chicken, eggs, pork, balanced feed, and other meat products. It operates through Poultry and Other segments. The Poultry segment includes chicken and egg operations. The Other segment consists of operations of pigs and balanced feed for animal consumption. The company was founded by Enrique Robinson Bours Almada, Mario Javier Robinson Bours Almada, and Juan Bautista S. Robinson Bours Almada in 1952 and is headquartered in Celaya, Mexico.
本社所在地 Avenida Tecnologico 401 Ciudad Industrial Celaya Guanajuato 38010 MEx
代表者氏名 Francisco Javier R. Bours Castelo
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board
電話番号 +52 461-618-3527
設立年月日 1952年
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 24736人
url www.bachoco.com.mx
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EBITDA (百万ドル) 267.16720
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 (百万ドル) 2269.35000
売上高 (百万ドル) 3200.91900
企業価値(EV) (百万ドル) 1566.04670
当期純利益 (百万ドル) 180.04350
決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Industrias Bachoco S.A.B. de C.V. (ADR) revenues increased 5% to PS61.05B. Net income decreased 31% to PS3.43B. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Net income was offset by Interest Expense increase of 38% to PS260.8M (expense). Basic Earnings per Share excluding Extraordinary Items decreased from PS8.25 to PS5.72.

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   Industrias Bachoco Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/07/27 17:30:00 Benzinga
CELAYA, Mexico, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Industrias Bachoco, S.A.B. de C.V., "Bachoco" or "the Company", (NYSE:IBA, BMV: Bachoco)) …
   Should Value Investors Buy Industrias Bachoco (IBA) Stock?  2020/05/21 15:50:14 Zacks Investment Research
Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest value, growth, and momentum trends to underscore strong picks.
   Coronavirus casts a long shadow over NBFCs  2020/04/20 10:24:15 Economic Times India
India's banks are freezing credit lines to shadow lenders as the coronavirus crisis shuts down commerce in Asia's third-largest economy, but leaving this sector in the lurch risks wider financial contagion. All major state-owned and private banks have stopped lending to non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) due to concerns about their financial health as businesses they lend to reel from the impact of the pandemic, four industry executives, who asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the situation, told Reuters. This has led to a working capital squeeze for many NBFCs who account for nearly a fifth of overall lending as they struggle to meet operating costs. Their debt collections have dried up amid a 40-day nationwide lockdown to rein in the respiratory illness that has claimed over 500 lives. "For now, we've taken salary cuts of up to 75% across the board so that we can stretch the capital for a couple more months, but if things continue like this we are considering winding up our operations, the founder of a small NBFC that lends to small and medium enterprises said.
   Banks set to seek NPA relaxation, guarantees from RBI  2020/04/16 13:05:21 Economic Times India
Mumbai: Staring at a double blow of rising delinquences and falling loan demand, banks are all set to request the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for extraordinary relaxations in accounting of non performing assets (NPAs) and could also ask government gaurantees for loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).These proposals are set to be okayed at the managing committee meeting of the Indian Banks' Association (IBA) on Saturday and will then be forwarded for the considerstion of the RBI.On the table is a relaxation of the NPA recognition timeline to 180 days from 90 days, which would give banks more time to assess damage and cushion impact on their financial metrics, especially capital and provision coverage, three persons familiar with the deliberations said.The suggestions also include a possible government guarantee of first loss for funding SMEs to provide relief to those that have shuttered without cash flows and a separate liquidity window for lower rated non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) through which RBI can directly buy bonds of these companies, which are finding it difficult to attract funds."The focus is to ensure we push credit flow where it is most needed whenever the lockdown is lifted.
   Banks to recycle inward currency notes only after 48 hours on corona threat  2020/04/01 21:40:48 Sify.com
New Delhi; As the corona pandemic turns multifaceted, concerns are arising over the use of currency notes and banks have been advised not to recycle inward currencies and do so only after 48 hours. As a per a circular issued to banks in Kerala, all member banks of the SLBC that the inward currencies at branches should not be recycled. The inward currencies are to be separately wrapped in packets with date and to be recycled only after 48 hours. "We infer that currency notes are a probable threat for spread of coronavirus. Health Department has also opined that coronavirus could sustain on infected currency notes for about 12 hours." Canara Bank has issued a circular today to the SLBC member banks in Kerala. The staff in the branches have been asked to take precautions including wearing masks, gloves, using sanitisers and ensuring social distancing. Earlier, Indian Banks' Association (IBA) has made an appeal to people to wash their hands after touching or counting currency. IBA had also asked customers to use online and mobile banking channels for making their transactions and avoid visiting bank branches. "Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds before and after physical banking/currency counting/AEPS (Aadhaar-enabled payments)," IBA had said in a public appeal.
   Industrias Bachoco Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/07/27 17:30:00 Benzinga
CELAYA, Mexico, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Industrias Bachoco, S.A.B. de C.V., "Bachoco" or "the Company", (NYSE:IBA, BMV: Bachoco)) …
   Should Value Investors Buy Industrias Bachoco (IBA) Stock?  2020/05/21 15:50:14 Zacks Investment Research
Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest value, growth, and momentum trends to underscore strong picks.
   Coronavirus casts a long shadow over NBFCs  2020/04/20 10:24:15 Economic Times India
India's banks are freezing credit lines to shadow lenders as the coronavirus crisis shuts down commerce in Asia's third-largest economy, but leaving this sector in the lurch risks wider financial contagion. All major state-owned and private banks have stopped lending to non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) due to concerns about their financial health as businesses they lend to reel from the impact of the pandemic, four industry executives, who asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the situation, told Reuters. This has led to a working capital squeeze for many NBFCs who account for nearly a fifth of overall lending as they struggle to meet operating costs. Their debt collections have dried up amid a 40-day nationwide lockdown to rein in the respiratory illness that has claimed over 500 lives. "For now, we've taken salary cuts of up to 75% across the board so that we can stretch the capital for a couple more months, but if things continue like this we are considering winding up our operations, the founder of a small NBFC that lends to small and medium enterprises said.
   Banks set to seek NPA relaxation, guarantees from RBI  2020/04/16 13:05:21 Economic Times India
Mumbai: Staring at a double blow of rising delinquences and falling loan demand, banks are all set to request the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for extraordinary relaxations in accounting of non performing assets (NPAs) and could also ask government gaurantees for loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).These proposals are set to be okayed at the managing committee meeting of the Indian Banks' Association (IBA) on Saturday and will then be forwarded for the considerstion of the RBI.On the table is a relaxation of the NPA recognition timeline to 180 days from 90 days, which would give banks more time to assess damage and cushion impact on their financial metrics, especially capital and provision coverage, three persons familiar with the deliberations said.The suggestions also include a possible government guarantee of first loss for funding SMEs to provide relief to those that have shuttered without cash flows and a separate liquidity window for lower rated non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) through which RBI can directly buy bonds of these companies, which are finding it difficult to attract funds."The focus is to ensure we push credit flow where it is most needed whenever the lockdown is lifted.
   Banks to recycle inward currency notes only after 48 hours on corona threat  2020/04/01 21:40:48 Sify.com
New Delhi; As the corona pandemic turns multifaceted, concerns are arising over the use of currency notes and banks have been advised not to recycle inward currencies and do so only after 48 hours. As a per a circular issued to banks in Kerala, all member banks of the SLBC that the inward currencies at branches should not be recycled. The inward currencies are to be separately wrapped in packets with date and to be recycled only after 48 hours. "We infer that currency notes are a probable threat for spread of coronavirus. Health Department has also opined that coronavirus could sustain on infected currency notes for about 12 hours." Canara Bank has issued a circular today to the SLBC member banks in Kerala. The staff in the branches have been asked to take precautions including wearing masks, gloves, using sanitisers and ensuring social distancing. Earlier, Indian Banks' Association (IBA) has made an appeal to people to wash their hands after touching or counting currency. IBA had also asked customers to use online and mobile banking channels for making their transactions and avoid visiting bank branches. "Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds before and after physical banking/currency counting/AEPS (Aadhaar-enabled payments)," IBA had said in a public appeal.
   Industrias Bachoco Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/07/27 17:30:00 Benzinga
CELAYA, Mexico, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Industrias Bachoco, S.A.B. de C.V., "Bachoco" or "the Company", (NYSE:IBA, BMV: Bachoco)) …
   Should Value Investors Buy Industrias Bachoco (IBA) Stock?  2020/05/21 15:50:14 Zacks Investment Research
Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest value, growth, and momentum trends to underscore strong picks.
   Coronavirus casts a long shadow over NBFCs  2020/04/20 10:24:15 Economic Times India
India's banks are freezing credit lines to shadow lenders as the coronavirus crisis shuts down commerce in Asia's third-largest economy, but leaving this sector in the lurch risks wider financial contagion. All major state-owned and private banks have stopped lending to non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) due to concerns about their financial health as businesses they lend to reel from the impact of the pandemic, four industry executives, who asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the situation, told Reuters. This has led to a working capital squeeze for many NBFCs who account for nearly a fifth of overall lending as they struggle to meet operating costs. Their debt collections have dried up amid a 40-day nationwide lockdown to rein in the respiratory illness that has claimed over 500 lives. "For now, we've taken salary cuts of up to 75% across the board so that we can stretch the capital for a couple more months, but if things continue like this we are considering winding up our operations, the founder of a small NBFC that lends to small and medium enterprises said.
   Banks set to seek NPA relaxation, guarantees from RBI  2020/04/16 13:05:21 Economic Times India
Mumbai: Staring at a double blow of rising delinquences and falling loan demand, banks are all set to request the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for extraordinary relaxations in accounting of non performing assets (NPAs) and could also ask government gaurantees for loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).These proposals are set to be okayed at the managing committee meeting of the Indian Banks' Association (IBA) on Saturday and will then be forwarded for the considerstion of the RBI.On the table is a relaxation of the NPA recognition timeline to 180 days from 90 days, which would give banks more time to assess damage and cushion impact on their financial metrics, especially capital and provision coverage, three persons familiar with the deliberations said.The suggestions also include a possible government guarantee of first loss for funding SMEs to provide relief to those that have shuttered without cash flows and a separate liquidity window for lower rated non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) through which RBI can directly buy bonds of these companies, which are finding it difficult to attract funds."The focus is to ensure we push credit flow where it is most needed whenever the lockdown is lifted.
   Banks to recycle inward currency notes only after 48 hours on corona threat  2020/04/01 21:40:48 Sify.com
New Delhi; As the corona pandemic turns multifaceted, concerns are arising over the use of currency notes and banks have been advised not to recycle inward currencies and do so only after 48 hours. As a per a circular issued to banks in Kerala, all member banks of the SLBC that the inward currencies at branches should not be recycled. The inward currencies are to be separately wrapped in packets with date and to be recycled only after 48 hours. "We infer that currency notes are a probable threat for spread of coronavirus. Health Department has also opined that coronavirus could sustain on infected currency notes for about 12 hours." Canara Bank has issued a circular today to the SLBC member banks in Kerala. The staff in the branches have been asked to take precautions including wearing masks, gloves, using sanitisers and ensuring social distancing. Earlier, Indian Banks' Association (IBA) has made an appeal to people to wash their hands after touching or counting currency. IBA had also asked customers to use online and mobile banking channels for making their transactions and avoid visiting bank branches. "Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds before and after physical banking/currency counting/AEPS (Aadhaar-enabled payments)," IBA had said in a public appeal.

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