Rare Foods Australia Share Price and Company Fundamentals
Last traded: Last Tuesday at 11:06 PM
Rare Foods Australia Limited owns and operates an abalone sea ranching business in Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America. It develops its sea ranching for aquaculture. The company produces wild, ocean grown, and green lip abalones. The company was formerly known as Ocean Grown Abalone Limited and changed its name to Rare Foods Australia Limited in November 2021. Rare Foods Australia Limited was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Fremantle, Australia.
|Primary activities||Production and sale of sea ranched abalone|
|Industry / Sector||Farm Products / Consumer Defensive|
|Mailing address||PO Box 86 Fremantle WA 6959 Australia|
|Phone / Fax||61 8 6181 8888 /|
|Share registry||AUTOMIC REGISTRY SERVICES|
Rare Foods Australia does not pay dividends.
As of Jan 2022, following are the company executives and directors listed on Rare Foods Australia.
|Mr. Robert Jorden||Chief Exec. Officer||213.18k|
|Mr. Brent Stockden||CFO, Company Sec. & Commercial Services Mang.||163.06k|
|Mr. Bradley Adams B.Sc., M.B.A.||Exec. Director of Corp. Devel. & Exec. Director||258.38k|
Profitability and management effectiveness
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Return on equity
Profitability ratios are a class of financial metrics that are used to assess a business's ability to generate earnings relative to its revenue, operating costs, balance sheet assets, and shareholders' equity over time, using data from a specific point in time.
The return on equity signifies how well the management is running the company in terms of capital management. The ideal return on equity is greater than 10%. The return on equity is calculated as net income divided by total share holders equity.
Valuation and Trading Info
The market capitalization of Rare Foods Australia is and its enterprise value is .
The RFA's stocks Beta value is 0.70 making it 30% less volatile compared to ASX market index. Technology stocks and small caps tend to have higher betas than the market benchmark. This indicates that adding the stock to a portfolio will increase the portfolio’s risk, but also increase its expected return. On the other hand utility stocks often have low betas because they tend to move more slowly than market averages.
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Rare Foods Australia (ASX:RFA) Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Rare Foods Australia's Stock Symbol?
Rare Foods Australia trades on ASX under the ticker symbol "RFA".
2. What is Rare Foods Australia's stock price today?
One share of RFA stock can currently be purchased for approximately $0.075.
3. How can I contact Rare Foods Australia?
Rare Foods Australia's mailing address is PO Box 86 Fremantle WA 6959 Australia. The company can be reached via phone at 61 8 6181 8888.
4. What is Rare Foods Australia's official website?
The official website of Rare Foods Australia is https://rarefoodsaustralia.com.au.
5. Which share registry manages Rare Foods Australia's stock?
Rare Foods Australia's stock is managed by AUTOMIC REGISTRY SERVICES.