Alico , Inc. (NASDAQ: ALCO ) declares $0.06/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 0.62% Payable Oct. 15; for shareholders of record Sept. 30; ex-div Sept. 26. Post your comment!
(In 6th paragraph, corrects to show Alco acquisition was done by Andrew Berlin's father)
ALCO Stores ( ALCS ): Q1 EPS of -$1.48 Revenue of $104.7M (-4.1% Y/Y) Press Release Post your comment!
to offset the dilution from a $1 billion conversion of equity units (which were issued in 2010 to fund the acquisition of ALICO ), scheduled to occur in October of this year. MetLife is one of the few insurers that has not resumed share repurchases since
international results would negatively affect the value of the ALICO acquisition.MetLife still retains relatively high exposure ..... implementing any capital deployment plans.The acquisition of ALICO should strengthen the company's Asia franchise and provide
income. Operating earnings from international markets for 2013 grew 14% because of continued benefits from the integrations of ALICO in Japan and Provida in Chile. More notably, earnings from international markets have increased in recent years, and now
however, most of this was due to the company's acquisition of ALICO , which occurred midway through last year's fourth quarter ..... income in the international business (which houses the acquired ALICO ), was up 89% to $570 million. While results have been skewed
large number on an absolute basis, a significant portion of the growth is due to the acquisition of ALICO . International profit, if it included ALICO a year ago, would have been up 3% on a constant currency basis, while it is up substantially
be obscured by its large acquisition of Alico late last year. Operating earnings, which ..... increase was the international segment, where Alico is housed. Profits in that business were ..... a year ago for the combined MetLife and Alico companies. The acquisition does not impact
a majority stake in its Latin American insurance business. • MetLife purchased American Life Insurance Company, known as Alico , for $12.5 billion to gain substantial market shares in Latin America, the Middle East, and Central and Eastern Europe