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After a failed merger with Albertsons, Rite Aid faces a difficult time on its own in a changing landscape.
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RAD suffers not only from concerns that Amazon is taking business but it has no growth and is barely breaking even.
They pulled the plus on the Rite Aid-Alberstons merger ahead of the vote -- listen to Cramer react to that now!
The Rite Aid Foundation announced today a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help the victims, families and communities in Northern California affected by the devastating wildfires.
Rite Aid faces uncertainty as a standalone company after the merger collapse.
The charts of Rite Aid have been stalled for months leading up to the Albertsons' merger falling through.
The story supporting our Rite Aid investment thesis has changed dramatically now that the merger with Albertsons has been called off.
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Thursday as ongoing trade disputes between Washington and Beijing hold down gains; Rite Aid and Albertsons call off their merger; Tesla slides following a report the SEC potentially could probe Elon Musk's tweet about taking the company private.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) today announced that it has mutually agreed with Albertsons Companies Inc.
With a new school year on the horizon, Rite Aid stores have a wide selection of electronics, back-to-school basics and must-haves for those college bound, offering one-stop-shopping on the items students need and want this school year.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) ("Rite Aid") and Albertsons Companies, Inc. ("Albertsons") today announced that, in connection with the pending merger between Albertsons and Rite Aid, the election deadline for holders of shares of Rite Aid common stock,...
The portfolio had several big winners last week as shares of Habit Restaurants and Energy Recovery soared.
Stocks held on to close higher Monday even amid an escalation in the trade war between Washington and Beijing.
The reason behind today’s decline in Rite Aid stock only reinforces our thesis on RAD and its merger with Albertsons.
Rite Aid's generic drug purchasing power is likely much lower than previously forecast. What does this mean for CVS? Here are some answers.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) today announced that it is updating its fiscal 2019 outlook, which the company initially provided on April 12, 2018 and included expectations for sales, same store sales, Adjusted EBITDA, net loss, Adjusted net income per...
We trimmed one position and added to another last week as smaller-cap stocks took a hit.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) today announced that it has sent a letter to shareholders in connection with its proposed merger with Albertsons Companies, Inc.
During a week that showed little change for the major stock market indices, the portfolio had a number of outperformers.
We like what the report's numbers mean for Habit Restaurants and Rite Aid.
Similar to the Russell 2000 trading off last week so too did a number of our holdings, although there were bright spots as well.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) today announced that it has issued a letter to shareholders in connection with its proposed merger with Albertsons Companies Inc.
It was a challenging week for the portfolio amid continued trade and tariff concerns.
We continue to believe the pending merger between Rite Aid and Albertsons should insulate that business from pharmacy industry disruption.
Amazon's jump into the pharmaceutical retail business could lead to lower earnings for Walgreens, the analyst says.
Stocks posted gains Thursday afternoon, as investors began to discount the latest fears over trade tariffs and protectionism among the world's biggest economies.
Lumping Rite Aid in with CVS and Walgreens is a mistake, in our view.
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