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George Weston Ltd is up today by $0.30 or 0.27% to $110.32 and crossing above its 125-day moving average. Shares have lost 1.31% over the last five days, but have gained 3.16% over the last year to date.
Shoppers deal will see George Weston Ltd. lose majority stake in Loblaw
Domenic Pilla, president and CEO of Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation; left to right, along Galen Weston Jr., executive chairman of Loblaw Co.
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3 Reasons Why George Weston Limited Belongs in Your Portfolio
George Weston Limited (TSX:WN) is Canada's largest food processor and distributor, and its stock has the potential to be one of the market's top performers over the next several years.
How to Get a 5.7% Yield From George Weston Limited
There's one big reason why investors should be bullish on George Weston Limited (TSX:WN). The company trades at a nice discount to the sum of its parts.
Dividend Investors: Get a Rock-Solid 5.8% Yield From George Weston Limited
George Weston is an attractive business. Its largest asset is a 187.8 million share stake in Loblaw Companies Limited (TSX:L), and 21.7 million units of Choice Properties Real Est Invstmnt Trst (TSX:CHP.UN). Together, those two assets are worth $12.65 ...
George Weston hiking some food prices, pushing ugly produce line
George Weston Ltd., the parent company of Weston Foods and Loblaw, will raise prices on some of its food products this year to help protect it from a weak loonie.
3 Reasons to Invest in George Weston Limited Today
George Weston Limited (TSX:WN), the largest food processor and distributor in Canada and the company behind Loblaw Companies Limited and Weston Foods, has been one of the market's top performing stocks in 2015, rising about 9%, and I think it could ...
5 Reasons to Invest in George Weston Limited
George Weston Limited's (TSX: WN) acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation (TSX: SC) is paying off. Revenue from Shoppers drove most of its recent revenue growth.
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George Weston Ltd wins $317-million tax dispute
The Tax Court of Canada has ruled that $317 million earned by George Weston Ltd. in 2003 on terminating various swap contracts amounted to a capital gain and not business income.
George Weston Ltd. reports Q3 profit up from year ago
TORONTO -- George Weston Ltd. (TSX:WN) says it earned a profit attributable to shareholders of $161 million in its latest quarter, up from $53 million in the same quarter a year ago.
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