Exclusive: Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) Can’t Be More Safe. Trades Significantly Higher

Exclusive: Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) Can't Be More Safe. Trades Significantly Higher

The stock of Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) is a huge mover today! About 2.07 million shares traded hands or 52.21% up from the average. Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) has declined 0.76% since April 8, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 6.41% the S&P500.
The move comes after 7 months positive chart setup for the $4.74B company. It was reported on Nov, 10 by Barchart.com. We have $12.11 PT which if reached, will make NYSE:FBR worth $2.13 billion more.

Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) Ratings Coverage

Out of 4 analysts covering Fibria Celulose (NYSE:FBR), 1 rate it a “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 3 “Hold”. This means 25% are positive. Fibria Celulose has been the topic of 6 analyst reports since July 24, 2015 according to StockzIntelligence Inc. The rating was upgraded by Citigroup on Friday, October 9 to “Buy”. The firm has “Neutral” rating by Goldman Sachs given on Monday, December 14. On Monday, August 10 the stock rating was downgraded by Zacks to “Buy”. As per Friday, July 24, the company rating was upgraded by Morgan Stanley. Bank of America downgraded the shares of FBR in a report on Thursday, July 21 to “Neutral” rating.

According to Zacks Investment Research, “Fibria Celulose S.A., is a Brazil-based paper product company which produces bleached eucalyptus pulp exclusively from renewable plantations, which is mainly targeted to the main consumer markets and is also used for their own manufacturing of paper products. The Company’s paper products can be divided into three major categories: uncoated and coated printing and writing papers; carbonless papers and thermal papers. Coated printing and writing paper is used for promotional materials, folders, internal sheets and cover of magazines, books, tabloids, inserts and mailing. Uncoated printing and writing paper is used in reels, sheets and cut-size designed for maximum performance in photocopying machines and laser and inkjet printers, and alkaline offset paper. Carbonless paper is used in producing multi-copy forms for credit card receipts, invoices and other applications. Thermal paper is used in fax machines, supermarket receipts, bar code labels, toll tickets and receipts for automated teller machines.”

Insitutional Activity: The institutional sentiment decreased to 0.89 in 2016 Q2. Its down 0.24, from 1.13 in 2016Q1. The ratio is negative, as 35 funds sold all Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) shares owned while 39 reduced positions. 20 funds bought stakes while 46 increased positions. They now own 33.90 million shares or 18.52% more from 28.60 million shares in 2016Q1.
Ubs Asset Mgmt Americas last reported 22,900 shares in the company. Fin Corp has 1,845 shares for 0.01% of their US portfolio. The California-based California Pub Employees Retirement System has invested 0% in Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR). Northern last reported 0% of its portfolio in the stock. Prudential Public Ltd Company reported 31,718 shares or 0% of all its holdings. Tiaa Cref Invest Mngmt Ltd Limited Liability Company accumulated 66,015 shares or 0% of the stock. Bridgeway holds 0.01% of its portfolio in Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) for 27,400 shares. reported 1.40M shares or 1.4% of all its holdings. Capital Fund Mgmt last reported 0% of its portfolio in the stock. Thomas J Herzfeld Advsrs accumulated 2,263 shares or 0.01% of the stock. Blackrock last reported 3,311 shares in the company. Canada Pension Plan Invest Board holds 100,670 shares or 0% of its portfolio. The California-based California State Teachers Retirement Systems has invested 0% in Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR). Profund Advisors Limited Liability Co has invested 0% of its portfolio in Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR). Blackrock Lc has invested 0% of its portfolio in Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR).

Insider Transactions: Since May 19, 2016, the stock had 2 insider purchases, and 0 insider sales for $467,941 net activity. TONKEL J ROCK JR bought $216,425 worth of Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) on Thursday, May 19. 18,516 shares were bought by BILLINGS ERIC F, worth $251,516.

More news for Fibria Celulose SA (ADR) (NYSE:FBR) were recently published by: Quotes.Wsj.com, which released: “DOW JONES, A NEWS CORP COMPANY” on February 11, 2011. Livetradingnews.com‘s article titled: “Fibria Celulose SA (ADR)(NYSE:FBR) Trending Below Average” and published on October 17, 2016 is yet another important article.

FBR Company Profile

Fibria Celulose S.A. (Fibria), incorporated on July 25, 1941, is a pulp and paper producer. The Company’s activities are focused on the renewable and sustainable forests and the manufacture and sale of bleached eucalyptus kraft pulp. Forests in formation are located in the states of Sao Paulo, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, Espirito Santo, Bahia and Rio Grande do Sul. The Company’s segment is engaged in the production and sale of short fiber pulp from its pulp production facilities located in the cities of Aracruz (State of Espírito Santo), Tres Lagoas (State of Mato Grosso do Sul), Jacareí (State of Sao Paulo) and Veracel (State of Bahia). The Firm has approximately 970 thousand hectares (owned and leased, excluding the forestry partnership program areas, the forest base linked to the sale of forest assets in Southern Bahia State and Losango) located in over seven Brazilian states. Approximately 570 thousand hectares of its total forestry land consisted of planted areas, approximately 340 thousand hectares of conservation areas with native vegetation, or preserved areas, and over 60 thousand hectares related to other uses, such as roads. The Firm produces bleached eucalyptus kraft pulp at three pulp mills, which include Aracruz mill, Tres Lagoas pulp mill and Jacarei pulp mill.

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