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E Post Holdings, Inc. - Chew Slowly
Article By: Scott Waxler
Monday, June 11, 2018 10:28 AM EDT
Post Holdings, Inc., has overspent on acquisitions to the tune of $4 billion. Eventually, the fiddler will have to be paid.
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Buy 4 Stocks With Rising Cash Flows This Earnings Season
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Friday, February 9, 2018 8:19 AM EDT
Crunching profit numbers and evaluating surprises might appear a good option in the ongoing reporting cycle but these do not ensure that the profits are being efficiently channeled to the reserves to fund future growth.
In this article: SKM, DLA, KLIC, POST
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U.S. Cereal Company, Post Holdings Inc., Buying Weetabix Ltd. For $1.8 Billion
Article By: Lorimer Wilson
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 2:56 PM EDT
U.S. cereal company Post Holdings Inc. has agreed to buy Weetabix Ltd. from Bright Food Group Co. of China for 1.4 billion pounds (US$1.8 billion), adding the British breakfast staple to a portfolio that includes Grape Nuts and Honey Bunches of Oats.
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Tyson Foods Q3 Earnings And Sales Beat Estimates
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Monday, August 8, 2016 11:30 AM EDT
Tyson Foods, Inc. posted third-quarter fiscal 2016 results, wherein both earnings and revenues beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate.
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4 High P/E Stocks With Great Growth Prospects
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Friday, June 10, 2016 9:13 AM EDT
A thorough analysis of the high-P/E company’s growth potential is vital to determine if the particular stock will turn out to be a good investment or not. We've selected four high-P/E stocks for your portfolio.
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Post Holdings, Inc. - Chew Slowly
Alpha Stockman 6/11/2018 8:23:06 PM

I keep reading that the big cereal companies are suffering from ever declining sales. Their answer is to keep acquiring companies that are eating into their market share. But where does this end? Perhaps it is time for them to rethink breakfast and come up with some new ideas on their own. Like produce their own cereal bars (I believe only Quaker does this) or come up with healthier alternatives. $POST

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