(TBTCO) – BAF Agriculture Joint Stock Company (stock code BAF, HOSE) is expected to finalize the right to pay bond interest on December 27.
That is the bond interest of the bond lot with code BAF123020 being traded on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).
Accordingly, the company makes the first interest payment for the period from July 4, 2023 to January 4, 2024, whereby the number of interest calculation days is 184 days. The official payment date is January 4, 2024.
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The bond interest rate is 10.5%, so in this interest payment, the bond owner will receive nearly 5,293 VND for each bond with a face value of 100,000 VND.
BAF Agriculture has a charter capital of 1,435 billion VND, equity at the end of the third quarter of 2023 is 1,939 billion VND. Liabilities are 4,790 billion VND, about 2.5 times larger than equity; The value of the company’s liabilities increased quite rapidly in the first 9 months of 2023, with short-term debt increasing by nearly 40% during this period and long-term debt increasing by 129%.
In the asset structure, the company has a short-term asset scale of VND 3,706 billion, mainly located in short-term receivables and inventory with the value of these two assets being VND 1,867 billion and VND 1,405 billion, respectively. copper. In particular, inventory increased by nearly 60% compared to the beginning of the year.
Regarding business, the company’s profit after tax in the third quarter of 2023 is more than 40 billion VND, down 74.6% over the same period last year; Accumulated profit after tax for 9 months is 52.8 billion VND, down 81.5% over the same period.
The company said that some of the reasons for the decrease in profits were due to the reduction in commercial business activities, the low selling price from the beginning of the year, the output of pigs sold has not increased corresponding to the size of the herd…/.