Sysco Corporation, acting through its subsidiaries and divisions, is the largest global distributor of food and related products primarily to the foodservice or food-away-from-home industry. We provide products and related services to over 650,000 customer locations, including restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other foodservice customers. Sysco distributes food and related products to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other foodservice customers. Our primary operations are located in North America and Europe.
|Updated||10/02/2020||FCF CAGR 5Y||-9,00%|
|Sector||Consumer Defensive||Debt Coverage||4,18|
|Code||NYSE:SYY||BVPS CAGR 5Y||-18,31%|
|Moat||2||D/E Avg 5Y||5,00|
|Cust. Base||2||EPS/Div. Avg 5Y||1,42|
|Beta||1,17||FCF/Div. Avg 5Y||1,92|
|Div. Streak||50||R&D Avg 5Y||0,00%|
|Div. CAGR 5Y||7,74%||ROA Avg 5Y||6,06%|
|Payout Avg 5Y||133,64%||ROE Avg 5Y||43,57%|
|EPS CAGR 5Y||-24,03%||ROIC Avg 5Y||10,07%|
|Revenues||58 680||50 366||55 371||58 727||60 113|
|Earnings||687||950||1 143||1 431||1 674|
|Equity||5 260||3 480||2 382||2 507||2 503|
|Total Debt||7 300||7 400||8 200||8 300||7 800|
|Payout Ratio %||78,26%||74,70%||62,86%||53,33%||49%|
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10/02/2020 – As the largest distributor of food, Sysco Corporation has been deeply impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, meaning that while it would usually get a score around 30 given its long history of very good financials, the unprecedented crisis has sent its score into the ground. Such a score for such a great company should be viewed as a temporary phenomenon, however the jump in total debt could be an issue in the coming years despite the good debt coverage so far. It will depend on when the pandemic ends. “I am immensely proud of the actions taken by the Sysco team to manage our business during this time of crisis, specifically led by our associates’ focus and agility when launching strategic transformational initiatives,” said Kevin Hourican, Sysco’s president and chief executive officer.