G3C.MU : Summary for GRAINCORP LTD. - Yahoo Finance

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Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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6.09+0.05 (+0.84%)
At close: 8:09AM CET
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Previous Close5.80
Bid6.41 x 500000
Ask6.51 x 500000
Day's Range6.09 - 6.09
52 Week Range5.30 - 6.74
Avg. Volume0
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  • Archer Daniels Sells Stake in GrainCorp to Refine Portfolio
    Zacks2 months ago

    Archer Daniels Sells Stake in GrainCorp to Refine Portfolio

    Shares of Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) have moved up nearly 1.8% since its Dec 1, 2016 announcement of selling its stake in the Australian grain handler, GrainCorp Limited.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    ADM sells stake in Australia's GrainCorp

    U.S. agricultural commodities trader Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM.N) has sold its 19.9 percent stake in GrainCorp Ltd (GNC.AX) to underwriters UBS just three years after a failed bid to wholly acquire the Australian grain handler, ADM said on Thursday. ADM's A$2.8 billion bid to buy Australia's largest listed grain handler was blocked by government regulators in 2013 near the peak of a grain market boom. ADM had been shopping its GrainCorp stake this year, but was unable to find a buyer for the entire stake and canceled the sale process in July 2016, sources said.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Rejected suitor for Australia's CBH to push for EGM to revive deal

    A takeover consortium spurned by Australia's largest wheat exporter, Cooperative Bulk Handling Ltd (CBH), will seek to force an emergency meeting of the grain handler in an attempt to revive its bid, two sources said on Tuesday. CBH on Monday rejected a proposal by GrainCorp Ltd -backed consortium, Australian Grains Champion (AGC), to acquire and immediately list the bulk grain handler, in a deal value by analysts at up A$3 billion ($2.2 billion). AGC said the deal was not in the best interests of its farmer shareholders, and were concerned east coast grain handler GrainCorp could eventually launch a full takeover.