US: Pilgrim’s Pride reports fall in Q1 net income
The poultry group Pilgrim's Pride has posted a 47% fall in first-quarter net income from US$48.5m, or $0.73 per share, to $25.7m, or $0.39 a share. The company said earnings for the quarter had been hit by a weaker performance from its Mexican operations and higher fuel costs.
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