|Bid||110.61 x 800|
|Ask||110.69 x 1000|
|Day's Range||110.38 - 112.38|
|52 Week Range||91.14 - 113.73|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||66.64|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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TreeHouse Foods (THS) and Post Holdings terminate their deal for the RTE cereal business. Also, TreeHouse Foods inks a deal to offload two of its in-store bakery facilities to Rich Products.
One partner in the deal said the time and resources to challenge the Federal Trade Commission's opposition was "not in the best interests of our constituencies."
Treehouse Foods Inc. and Post Holdings Inc. said late Monday that Treehouse's deal to sell its ready-to-eat cereal business to Post has ended after a December complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission opposing the deal. "After thoroughly evaluating our options and the potential outcomes, our board has determined that terminating the agreement with Post and immediately seeking another buyer for the business is the proper course forward," said Treehouse Chief Executive Steve Oakland in a statement. "Unfortunately the business risk, necessary resources and extent of time required to challenge the FTC's position was not in the best interest of our constituencies." TreeHouse had bought its ready-to-eat cereal business from ConAgra Brands in 2016. TreeHouse announced the deal with Post in May for an undisclosed sum, saying that the transaction was expected to close in July.
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The Federal Trade Commission said last week in a statement it filed an administrative complaint that puts Post Holdings Inc's (NYSE: POST) proposed $110-million acquisition of TreeHouse Foods Inc.'s (NYSE: THS) cereal business into question. The FTC said that Post's acquisition of TreeHouse's cereal business implies that it would control 60% of the private label cereal market. Post and TreeHouse are two of only three major manufacturers and distributors of private label cereal and would "remove the competitive pressure" that forces companies to produce high-quality, low-price products, in the regulatory agency's view.
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In its first financial results release as a publicly traded company, Bellring Brands Inc. late Thursday reported rising profit but falling sales for its fourth quarter. The maker of ready-to-drink shakes and the Powerbar protein bar, a spinoff of cereal maker Post Holdings Inc. , debuted on equity markets last month. Bellring said it earned $26.7 million in the fourth quarter, compared with earnings of $26.4 million in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, Bellring earned $28.7 million; no non-GAAP adjustments were made to net earnings in the fourth quarter of 2018, the company said. Sales fell 2.5% to $214.5 million mostly as a result of promotional activity, Bellring said. The company did not provide a per-share earnings breakdown for the quarter. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected sales of $214.6 million. Bellring priced its initial public offering in mid-October at $14 a share. Post Holdings Inc. held about 71% of Bellring then. The stock was flat in the extended session after ending the regular trading day down 2.3%.
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Shares of Premier Protein-branded snacks maker BellRing Brands Inc. surged 3.7% toward fresh highs in morning trading Monday, after a host of Wall Street analysts started coverage of the recent IPO will bullish ratings. Of the 8 analysts surveyed by FactSet, 7 set ratings at the equivalent of buy and 1 had a rating of the equivalent hold. Analyst Ken Goldman at J.P. Morgan started BellRing at overweight with a $21 stock price target. "Though we appreciate the risks in the story--especially the product and customer concentration--we think these are more than offset by strength in BellRing's category and the distribution opportunity ahead for the flagship Premier Protein brand," Goldman wrote. Stifel Nicolaus's Christopher Growe initiated BellRing with a buy rating and $21 price target, saying BellRing's initial public offering has allowed investors to participate in the fast-growing convenient nutrition category with one of the leading brands. Bill Chappell at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey was the lone non-bull, starting BellRing at hold with $20 price target, citing "reservations" about the channel concentration of the business and the higher-than-peer average leverage. The stock has gained 15% since closing its first day of trading (Oct. 17) at $16.50, which was 18% above the $14 IPO price. Over the same time, the Renaissance IPO ETF has tacked on 2.1% and the S&P 500 has advanced 2.8%.
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