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Loblaw

Toronto symbol L, is Canada's largest grocery store operator, with over 1,000 stores.

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LOBLAW COMPANIES LTD. $60 (Toronto symbol L; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Consumer sector; Shares outstanding: 412.4 million; Market cap: $24.7 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.6; Dividend yield: 1.6%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.loblaw.ca) has sold 15 stores and one warehouse to Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (Toronto symbol CHP.UN).

Loblaw received $211.9 million, which is equal to 57% of the $371.0 …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES $58.33 (Toronto symbol L; Shares outstanding: 413.5 million; Market cap: $24.1 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; Dividend yield: 1.7%; www.loblaw.ca) has sold 16 more properties to Choice Properties REIT (Toronto symbol CHP.UN). These assets consist of 15 retail stores and one warehouse with over 1.3 million total square feet. The sale price was $211.9 million.

Loblaw transferred the …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES LTD. $56 (Toronto symbol L; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Consumer sector; Shares outstanding: 413.5 million; Market cap: $23.2 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.5; Dividend yield: 1.8%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.loblaw.ca) is Canada’s largest food retailer, with about 1,200 stores. Its banners include Loblaws, Provigo, Fortinos, Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills.

In March 2014, Loblaw bought the 1,250-store Shoppers …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES $55.80 (Toronto symbol L; Shares outstanding: 413.6 million; Market cap: $23.2 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; Dividend yield: 1.8%; www.loblaw.ca) is testing a smaller version of its discount No Frills supermarkets. These stores, which operate under the Box banner, are cheaper to build than full-sized outlets and can fit in smaller strip malls. That lowers their rental costs.

The …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES LTD. $55 (www.loblaw.ca) is testing a smaller version of its discount No Frills supermarkets. These stores, which operate under the Box banner, are cheaper to build than full-sized outlets and can fit in smaller strip malls, which lowers their rental costs. The new Box stores could also help Loblaw compete with Wal-Mart, which may start opening smaller locations …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES $53.05 (Toronto symbol L; Shares outstanding: 413.9 million; Market cap: $21.9 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; Dividend yield: 1.9%; www.loblaw.ca) is Canada’s largest food retailer, with about 1,200 stores. Its banners include Loblaws, Provigo, Fortinos, Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills.

In March 2014, the company completed the acquisition of the 1,250-store Shoppers Drug Mart chain. Loblaw paid $12.3 …read more »

Every Tuesday we bring you “Best Canadian Stocks.” You get our specific recommendation on the stocks we profile, with a full explanation of how we arrived at our opinion. You’ll read about stocks making moves that are covered in one of our three newsletters featuring Canadian stocks—The Successful Investor, Stock Pickers Digest and Canadian Wealth Advisor.

LOBLAW COMPANIES (Toronto symbol L; …read more »

LOBLAW COMPANIES $53.05 (Toronto symbol L; Shares outstanding: 413.9 million; Market cap: $21.9 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; Dividend yield: 1.9%; www.loblaw.ca) is Canada’s largest food retailer, with about 1,200 stores. Its banners include Loblaws, Provigo, Fortinos, Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills.

In March 2014, the company completed the acquisition of the 1,250-store Shoppers Drug Mart chain. Loblaw paid …read more »

We’re generally skeptical of companies that use acquisitions to expand. That’s because even the most promising purchases can come with hidden problems and costs that offset the extra sales and earnings they bring. However, we feel Loblaw’s recent purchase of Shoppers Drug Mart sets it up for years of higher profits.

The Shoppers takeover diversifies Loblaw’s business and lets it sell …read more »

LOBLAW COS. $47.65 (Toronto symbol L; Shares outstanding: 412.5 million; Market cap: $18.9 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; Yield: 2.0%; www.loblaw.ca) has closed its purchase of Shoppers Drug Mart, which has 1,253 drugstores across Canada.

Loblaw paid $12.4 billion, consisting of $6.6 billion in cash and $5.8 billion in shares. Shoppers shareholders now own 29% of the combined company.

In all, …read more »

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