Genus PLC (GNS)

2,806.0
+52.0(+1.89%)
  • Volume:
    4,555
  • Bid/Ask:
    2,802.0/2,812.0
  • Day's Range:
    2,758.0 - 2,840.0

GNS Overview

Prev. Close
2,754
Day's Range
2,758-2,840
Revenue
569.8M
Open
2,796
52 wk Range
2,186-6,310
EPS
0.54
Volume
4,555
Market Cap
1.83B
Dividend (Yield)
32.00
(1.16%)
Average Volume (3m)
83,290
P/E Ratio
48.05
Beta
0.35
1-Year Change
-52.76%
Shares Outstanding
65,172,017
Next Earnings Date
07 Sept 2022
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Genus PLC Company Profile

Genus PLC Company Profile

Employees
3400

Genus plc is a United Kingdom-based animal genetics company. The Company provides farmers with genetics that enable them to produce animal protein for breeding pigs and cattle, in the form of meat and milk. The Company operates through three segments: Genus PIC, Genus ABS and Genus Research and Development. The Genus PIC segment is engaged in porcine sales business. The Genus ABS segment is engaged in bovine sales business. Its bovine genetics business sells dairy and beef bull semen and embryos from its superior cattle, which are sold to farmers to breed their cows through artificial insemination. Its porcine genetics business sells genetically superior breeding pigs and semen to farmers to breed commercial pigs with desirable characteristics for pork production. The Company operates in approximately 25 countries on six continents, with research laboratories located in Madison, Wisconsin, United States.

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  • Way too expensive with 78 P/E and 4% revenue growth!
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    • No deal will be a disaster for Irish, French and Dutch food exports to UK. High tarriffs and weak pound will make irish imports totally uncompetitive. However, it's great for UK farmers able to crank up production following 40 years of being quota'd to give more market to EU! uk farmers cannot produce enough food for UK market so New Zealand and Canada will take up some of the slack and wont be tarriffed like imports from EU. So UK food will be a massive loss to EU farmers!!
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