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Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM.N)

ADM.N on New York Stock Exchange

42.76USD
18 Apr 2019
Change (% chg)

$-0.28 (-0.65%)
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$43.04
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$43.01
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$43.13
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$42.74
Volume
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$52.06
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About

Archer-Daniels-Midland Company is a processor of oilseeds, corn, wheat, cocoa and other agricultural commodities. The Company manufactures protein meal, vegetable oil, corn sweeteners, flour, biodiesel, ethanol, and other food and feed ingredients. Its segments include Agricultural Services, which utilizes its United States... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.94
Market Cap(Mil.): $23,949.47
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 560.09
Dividend: 0.35
Yield (%): 3.27

Financials

  ADM.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 13.64 20.05 34.42
EPS (TTM): 3.13 -- --
ROI: 6.33 12.36 62.87
ROE: 9.53 15.42 72.21

U.S. grain trader ADM says to seek early retirements, may cut jobs

CHICAGO U.S. grain trader Archer Daniels Midland Co said on Wednesday it will seek voluntary early retirements by some North American employees and may eliminate individual jobs as part of a restructuring of specific areas.

Apr 10 2019

UPDATE 2-U.S. grain trader ADM says to seek early retirements, may cut jobs

CHICAGO, April 10 U.S. grain trader Archer Daniels Midland Co said on Wednesday it will seek voluntary early retirements by some North American employees and may eliminate individual jobs as part of a restructuring of specific areas.

Apr 10 2019

UPDATE 1-DowDupont cuts sales forecast as Midwest floods hit agri division

March 28 DowDuPont Inc cut its forecast for first-quarter sales on Thursday, citing the impact of U.S. Midwest floods on its agri business as well as weakness in its packaging and specialty plastics division.

Mar 28 2019

Floods shut nearly a sixth of U.S. ethanol production

MEAD, Neb./NEW YORK Massive flooding in the U.S. Midwest has knocked out roughly 13 percent of the country’s ethanol production capacity, as plants in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota have been forced to shut down or scale back production following the devastation. | Video

Mar 22 2019

UPDATE 1-Floods shut nearly a sixth of U.S. ethanol production

MEAD, Neb./NEW YORK, March 22 Massive flooding in the U.S. Midwest has knocked out roughly 13 percent of the country’s ethanol production capacity, as plants in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota have been forced to shut down or scale back production following the devastation.

Mar 22 2019

RPT-As bumper harvest nears, Argentina's soy farmers stall deals waiting for trade war's end

PERGAMINO, Argentina/CHICAGO, March 20 Francisco Santillan, 55, a grains farmer from the heart of Argentina's soybean country, has two things on his mind: the rains and twists and turns in a bitter trade war between the United States and China that has hurt prices.

Mar 21 2019

As bumper harvest nears, Argentina's soy farmers stall deals waiting for trade war's end

PERGAMINO, Argentina/CHICAGO Francisco Santillan, 55, a grains farmer from the heart of Argentina's soybean country, has two things on his mind: the rains and twists and turns in a bitter trade war between the United States and China that has hurt prices.

Mar 20 2019

As bumper harvest nears, Argentina's soy farmers stall deals waiting for trade war's end

PERGAMINO, Argentina/CHICAGO, March 20 Francisco Santillan, 55, a grains farmer from the heart of Argentina's soybean country, has two things on his mind: the rains and twists and turns in a bitter trade war between the United States and China that has hurt prices.

Mar 20 2019

UPDATE 2-After sugar blow hits profit, shares, Wilmar CEO targets sweet spot in sector

* Incurs $138.6 mln provision for impairment in sugar segment

Feb 22 2019

S&P Global Platts seeks revised U.S. ethanol pricing method amid trader concerns

S&P Global Platts said on Thursday it was proposing changes to the assessment methodology behind its Chicago ethanol price, which is used broadly as a benchmark for supply deals around the country, after receiving feedback from traders.

Feb 21 2019

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