- American City Business Journals•17 minutes ago
The sale of Yum Brands Inc.'s China franchise has come to a halt after the two main bidders disputed its price, according to a report from the Financial Times . Primavera offered $2 billion for part of the Yum China franchise, but the group and Yum could not agree on pricing. Louisville-based Yum — which is the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell — is in the process of spinning off its China division into its own publicly traded company.
|Bid||89.63 x 300|
|Ask||89.64 x 500|
|52wk Range||64.58 - 90.60|
|Day's Range||89.08 - 89.69|
|Avg Vol (3m)||2,973,688|
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