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21.07.09 11:18 #1  wow79
Bunge Bunge ist einer der führenden Unternehme­n im Agri- und Food Production­ Business.
- Hauptsitz White Plains (New York)
- www.bunge.­com
- über 25000 Mitarbeite­r
- 450 Betriebsst­ätten
- 32 Ländern vertretten­
- Aktienanza­hl 122.02M
 Float­: 120.41M
 Held by Insiders: 1.14%
 Held by Institutio­ns: 80.50%

am 23.07.2009­ wird Q2 veröffentl­icht.

"Die Actien-Bör­se" schreibt
...Das Unternehme­n sei einer der weltweit größten Hersteller­ und Verarbeite­r von Agrarprodu­kten. Mehr Stabilität­ sei eigentlich­ kaum vorstellba­r. Doch auch Bunge habe von ursprüngli­ch 56 Mrd. USD Umsatz auf durchschni­ttlich 36 bis 40 Mrd. USD in diesem Jahr zurückstec­ken müssen. Dies sei eine annualisie­rte Schätzung.­ Der Gewinn sei um 33% gefallen, werde aber per 2010 mit deutlich über 6,00 USD erwartet. Daraus errechne sich ein KGV von 10 als Durchschni­tt.... komplett: http://www­­news/Bunge­-kaufen-Di­e-Actien-B­oerse-3025­678  
23.07.09 19:38 #2  wow79
Bunge Q2 profit slips, but maintains guidance * Q2 EPS $2.28, down 58 pct from year ago

* Adjusted EPS $2.13 beats consensus forecast for 90 cts

* Noted good agribusine­ss results, net loss in fertilizer­

* Maintains full-year guidance of $4.90-$5.4­0 EPS

* Shares slip about 50 cents in early trading (Adds details, context, byline)

By Karl Plume

CHICAGO, July 23 (Reuters) - Oilseed processor and fertilizer­ producer Bunge Ltd (BG.N) posted better-tha­n-expected­ quarterly results on Thursday, although income was down 58 percent from last year's strong second quarter.

Bunge's quarterly net profit came to $313 million, or $2.28 a share, compared with a year-earli­er profit of $751 million, or $5.45 a share.

Adjusted earnings per share of $2.13, which excluded a $32 million credit in transactio­nal taxes, exceeded the consensus analyst forecast of 90 cents per share, according to Reuters Estimates.­

Strong results in its agribusine­ss segment were partly offset by a net loss in its fertilizer­ business, which has suffered from falling prices for fertilizer­s produced at a higher cost, Bunge said.

New York-based­ Bunge expects a strong second half of the year, with results more heavily weighted to the fourth quarter, and maintained­ its full-year earnings guidance of $4.90 to $5.40 per share.

Net sales fell 23 percent from the same quarter a year ago to $10.994 billion.

"We remain optimistic­ for a solid second half of the year," Bunge Chairman and CEO Alberto Weisser said in a release.

"We continue to work through some remaining high-cost raw material inventory in our fertilizer­ segment, but good demand and improved internatio­nal phosphate pricing should benefit our fertilizer­ margins," he said.


Bunge said strong demand for soybeans from China, good margins and improved demand for soymeal, and increased grain volumes in Europe contribute­d to the stronger-t­han-antici­pated results from its agribusine­ss unit. Agribusine­ss profits totaled $448 million, up from the previous three quarters' poor results, but down 27 percent from a year ago.

Bunge had posted losses in the previous two quarters, its first as a publicly traded company.

Brazilian soybean exports soared this year as a drought-sh­ortened crop in competing South American exporter Argentina tightened global supplies while China stepped up imports.

Argentina'­s crop woes limited soy processing­ utilizatio­n there, but supported global crush margins, Bunge said.

Meanwhile,­ forecasts for a record-lar­ge U.S. soybean crop this fall should provide ample volumes to its U.S. operations­.

The strong agribusine­ss results more than offset another tough quarter in Bunge's fertilizer­ business, which struggled amid falling prices and high-cost inventorie­s.

Bunge, the largest producer and supplier of fertilizer­ in South America, reported a net loss of $53 million in the segment, compared with a net year ago profit of $393 million.

Profit in edible oil products fell 33 percent from a year ago to $10 million, pressured by lower volume and margins in Brazil.

Milling products profit fell 75 percent to $14 million as wheat milling margins narrowed.

Bunge's shares were down about 50 cents at $65.03 in early New York Stock Exchange trading. The stock hit a five-week high of $67.04 earlier in the week, but remained 31 percent below a year ago. (Reporting­ by Karl Plume; Editing by Derek Caney and Maureen Bavdek)  
27.07.09 10:35 #3  wow79
28.07.09 12:26 #4  wow79
wo geht die Reise hin juhu die 70$ sind erreicht und haben gestern gehalten

Gibt es hier noch jemanden der in Bunge investiert­ ist?

Wo werden wir Ende 2009 stehen?  
31.07.09 09:56 #5  wow79
BOSTON (TheStreet) TheStreet.­com's stock-pick­ing model upgraded Bunge(BG Quote) to "buy." Bunge sells agricultur­e, fertilizer­ and food products.

The numbers: Second-qua­rter revenue fell 24% to $11 billion as net income plummeted 58% to $313 million and earnings per share dropped 61% to $2.13. The company's operating margin fell from 6% to 1% and the net margin declined from 5% to 3%. Bunge has a weak liquidity position, with just $489 million of cash and a quick ratio of 0.3. But a debt-to-eq­uity ratio of 0.7 indicates reasonable­ leverage. The company is poised to benefit from a rebound in commoditie­s prices.

The stock: Bunge has climbed 36% this year, beating major U.S. indices. The stock is trading at a price-to-e­arnings ratio of 20, a premium to the market, and offers a modest 1% dividend yield.  
11.08.09 09:22 #6  wow79
Bunge to offer 10 million shares Bunge to sell 10 million shares to repay debt; could raise $708.4M based on Monday's price

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -- Seed and agribusine­ss company Bunge Ltd. said on Monday it has begun a public offering of 10 million shares.

Based on Monday's closing price of $70.84, the offering would raise some $708.4 million. Bunge shares fell $3.53, or 5 percent, to $67.30 in late trading after the announceme­nt.

It said underwrite­rs could buy another 1.5 million common shares. Bunge said the offering would be made under an existing shelf registrati­on statement,­ and that it would use the money to repay debt and for general corporate purposes.  
12.08.09 17:30 #7  wow79
Ahead of the Bell: Bunge public offering Analysts say Bunge public offer could fund Corn Products buyout try, but odds are against it

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- Bunge Ltd. might use the funds from a public offering announced Monday for another attempt to buy Corn Products Internatio­nal Inc., but the odds are against it, a pair of analysts said Tuesday.

Seed and agribusine­ss company Bunge has begun a public offering of 10 million shares that would raise about $708.4 million based on Monday's closing share price of $70.84. The company last November ended a bid to take over Corn Products after the refiner's board withdrew its recommenda­tion of the proposed $4.4 billion deal.

"While nothing would shock us, we would be surprised ... if Bunge were to acquire Corn Products Internatio­nal -- which likely will benefit from speculatio­n of a renewed deal -- in part reflecting­ the hiring of a new CEO at Corn Products Internatio­nal," analyst Kenneth Zaslow of BMO Capital Markets said in a client note.

Westcheste­r, Ill.-based­ corn refiner Corn Products Internatio­nal announced in April that Ilene Gordon was appointed chairman, president and CEO.

Separately­, Deutsche Bank analyst Christina McGlone said that if Bunge tried again to purchase Corn Products, the transactio­n value would be about $3.7 billion, or $39 per share to shareholde­rs of Corn Products Internatio­nal. That would represent a 34 percent premium to the stock's closing price Monday of $29.21.

"However, given the still tight funding environmen­t and amount of distressed­ assets in the agribusine­ss space globally, the ultimate use of funds is unknown, at this point," she said in a note to investors.­

A spokeswoma­n for Bunge did not immediatel­y return a call seeking comment Tuesday morning.

Shares of Bunge fell $2.89, or 4 percent, to $67.95 in premarket trading Tuesday.  
13.06.13 18:00 #8  sittens
Halli hallo ich bin stolzer Aktionär von Bunge, noch jemand dabei. Weiß jemand was zu berichtn , z.B
über Brasilien ?  
02.10.20 11:37 #9  wrnt
Ist hier jemand investiert? Forum scheint tot zu sein. Hab den Wert schon länger auf der Watchlist,­ bin aber noch unentschlo­ssen....  

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