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Justice Department Clears AB InBev's Takeover of SABMiller -- 2nd Update
Although the two office-supplies companies could realize meaningful cost synergies, the combined firm would still face enormous competitive pressures, says Morningstar's Liang Feng.
The intense rivalry between the office supply retailers continues in 2007. Faced with near saturation of the mature U.S. market, the major players, Staples SPLS, Office Depot ODP , and OfficeMax OMX, are looking for ways to differentiate themselves. We believe branching out into services is the next ...
Office Depot's ODP fourth-quarter and full-year results were in line with our expectations, and we are maintaining our fair value estimate of $37 per share. Total sales for the year rose by 5% over last year, with comparable-store sales (sales at stores open at least a year) increasing by 2%. The ...
Five stats from the market and the stories behind them. This week: Fed's $40 billion bond buys in question, Wal-Mart's worrisome 1% same-store sales growth, and more.
Fed policy uncertainty, the global macroeconomic picture, and e-commerce competition could curb recent consumer cyclical stock momentum.
Favorable conditions are in place for merger-arbitrage ETFs, including increasing M&A activity and the likelihood of higher interest rates.
Our top managers continue to find attractive buying opportunities in wide-moat firms.
The consumer shift to e-commerce is becoming more pronounced, but retailers are fighting back.
Investors continued their search for income and equity bargains last month.