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  • H.J. Heinz Company Outlook 1 comment
    Mar 29, 2013 7:22 AM | about stocks: KHC

    H. J. Heinz Company NYSE (HNZ)(Current: $72.10, Up by 0.08%) announced last Wednesday it will be hosting a special shareholder meeting on April 30. The plan is to allow investors voting of the $28 billion acquisition and $212.6 million golden parachute for CEO William Johnson. The $28 billion buyout by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) and 3G Capital Management has been the biggest deal in the food services industry to date. H. J. Heinz has a market cap of $23.13 billion and is part of the consumer goods sector. H. J. Heinz current operating margin stands at 18 percent. Organic sales growth is expected during second half of FY 2013. The last 5 years of H. J. Heinz have a return-on-equity of 31.7%. H. J. Heinz has 40.9% annual growth in emerging markets and 59% market share in the U.S.

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    Author’s reply » Investors outlook are still content. Merger funds are expected to return about 4% to 5% FY 2013. Warren Buffett's offers such as H. J. Heinz are ones that are not likely to be renegotiated. Buffett and H. J. Heinz can be tracked together as early as 1980. H. J. Heinz has been a consistent stock since then. Dividend growth is expected to drive the company forward after it goes private. H. J. Heinz has held strong stock price performance, revenue growth, cash flow, expanding profit margins and return on equity. With much more to come, H. J. Heinz is now at a premium to be poised for even stronger valuation.
    29 Mar 2013, 07:48 AM Reply Like
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