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Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating Chiquita Brands International Inc.
European and Asian markets seemed intent on ignoring geopolitics this morning and focused instead on interest rates. Markets were taking the glass-half-full view after a volatile week.
Chiquita Reaffirms Recommendation to Shareholders to Combine with Fyffes
Cutrale and Safra Group said they offered to acquire the company in a $610.5 million cash deal that rivaled an all-stock agreement with Fyffes (FYFFF).
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Chiquita Brands (CQB) stock is continuing to soar after The Cutrale Group and Safra Group offered to buy the company's outstanding shares for $13 each.
Chiquita Brands (CQB) stock is rising after the company was presented with a buyout offer from Cutrale Group and Safra Group.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett advises to be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. One way we can try to measure the level of fear in a given stock is through a technical analysis indicator called the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which measures momentum on a scale of zero to 100.
Investors in Chiquita Brands International, Inc. saw new options become available today, for the July 19th expiration.
Molson Coors was in third place to the upside last week, while Chiquita Brands, Papa Johns, BankRate and Ralph Lauren lost ground.
Shares of Chiquita Brands (CQB) are down on heavy volume as the marketer and distributor of bananas and other fresh produce reported lower first quarter 2014 earnings results.
Bloomin' Brands, Chiquita, Ralph Lauren and Stratasys plan to report earnings Friday.
Chiquita Brands International and Fyffes of Ireland are likely to face a tough time with antitrust regulators on both sides of the Atlantic in their $1.07 billion plan to create the world's leading banana company.
The trading panel discussed how the market behaved after awful Chinese data.
Produce company Chiquita Brands International said Monday it would offer stock worth $526 million for Irish peer Fyffes to create a new global top banana with close to $4.6 billion in 2013 sales.
Fruit distributor Chiquita is merging with Irish rival Fyffes in a deal that will create the world's biggest banana company worth about $1 billion. The all-stock deal will result in a company called ChiquitaFyffes with $4.6 billion in annual revenues that employs about 32,000 people. Chiquita shareholders will own about 50.7% of the combined company, with Fyffes shareholders owning the remaining 49.3%. The companies said that existing brands will be retained.
Another corporate inversion may present a subtle opportunity to shareholders.
U.S. banana company Chiquita Brands(CQB) is set to merge with Ireland's Fyffes in a deal that would catapult the world's second-largest banana producer into the top spot.
U.S. stock futures point to a flat start for Wall Street on Monday; Chiquita agrees to buy Irish banana rival Fyffes; Boeing discovers some wing cracks in 787 Dreamliner; McDonald's to report sales for February.
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