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Continental Grain Co Buys Carrols Restaurant Group Inc, Sells Northeast Bank

Investment company Continental Grain Co (Current Portfolio) buys Carrols Restaurant Group Inc, sells Northeast Bank during the 3-months ended 2019Q2, according to the most recent filings of the investment company, Continental Grain Co. As of 2019Q2, Continental Grain Co owns 4 stocks with a total value of $271 million. These are the details of the buys and sells.

  • Added Positions: TAST, BG, RIBT,
  • Sold Out: NBN,

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These are the top 5 holdings of CONTINENTAL GRAIN CO

  1. Bunge Ltd (BG) - 3,786,155 shares, 77.70% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 4.41%
  2. Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR) - 384,024 shares, 9.84% of the total portfolio.
  3. RiceBran Technologies (RIBT) - 7,283,046 shares, 7.81% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 15.98%
  4. Carrols Restaurant Group Inc (TAST) - 1,399,035 shares, 4.65% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 1278.78%
  5. Northeast Bank (NBN) - 0 shares, 0.00% of the total portfolio. Shares reduced by 10000%

Added: Carrols Restaurant Group Inc (TAST)

Continental Grain Co added to a holding in Carrols Restaurant Group Inc by 1278.78%. The purchase prices were between $8.31 and $10.53, with an estimated average price of $9.18. The stock is now traded at around $7.06. The impact to a portfolio due to this purchase was 4.31%. The holding were 1,399,035 shares as of .

Sold Out: Northeast Bank (NBN)

Continental Grain Co sold out a holding in Northeast Bank. The sale prices were between $19.26 and $27.58, with an estimated average price of $21.16.



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