Fred's Inc (FRED)
$0.13 0.00 (0.00%)
18:42 EDT FRED Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 4.71M
PE Ratio -0.04
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 0.13 - 0.13
52-Week Range 0.12 - 0.61
Dividend & Yield 0.18 (142.29%)
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A Fred's bankruptcy is underway and it will mean major changes for shoppers and workers of the discount retailer as it closes shop.
The Fred's stores closing 2019 list continues to grow as the chain adds more locations to it to adjust its store footprint.
Fred's earnings (FRED) were released on Thursday, with the company's loss narrowing but its net sales falling, sending FRED stock sliding.
Fred's stock was soaring Monday on news of a new deal with Walgreens (WBA) that will have it selling patient information from 185 pharmacies.
Talk is cheap. If RAD stock is ever going to live up to some expectations, Rite Aid has to do something big, and fast.
Next week, Hewlett Packard, Fred's, and Kroger will report earnings. Investors should pay attention to HPE, FRED, and KR stock.
Rite Aid has been decimated, but if investors believe the latest deal with Walgreens will go through, RAD stock has potential.
It's looking like the bottom is finally in for RAD stock. Here's how things look for Rite Aid amid the new Walgreens deal.
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Rite Aid has plunged because its merger with Walgreens has morphed into something else. But that's not the only reason RAD stock is toxic.
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Walgreens didn't need to buy Rite Aid. Instead, it bought the the assets it most covets, and WBA stock holders are doing cartwheels.
Walgreens scraps its merger plans with Rite Aid and will buy 2,000-plus stores instead. RAD stock is plunging Thursday, as one would expect.
Rite Aid will either merge into Walgreens, find another buyer or disappear. Those buying RAD stock today should expect a sale soon.
Shares of Rite Aid have suffered this year, but just because a buyout is still on the table doesn't mean investors should buy RAD stock.
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RAD stock was pummeled on Friday amid reports that the FTC is planning to tell Walgreens it can't throw Rite Aid a much-needed lifeline.
Rite Aid (RAD) has been cruising lower as doubts linger about a buyout from Walgreens. Unfortunately, RAD stock is just for speculation.
Rite-Aid (RAD) has perked up since last month's earnings report, but that doesn't mean RAD stock is actually worth fooling with.
Buying Rite Aid (RAD) shares now could be a rewarding play. Even if the Walgreens merger gets blocked, RAD stock could hit the $6 mark.
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