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Ainsworth Lumber Co Ltd T.ANS

Sector: Forest Products | Sub-Sector: Lumber & Wood Production
Alternate Symbol(s): T.ANS.WT|ANSBF

Ainsworth Lumber Co., is engaged in manufacturing and marketing of oriented strand board with a focus on value-added specialty products for markets in North America and Asia.
Price: $3.68 | Change: $-0.03 | % Change: -0.81%
Volume: 58,800 | Day High/Low: 3.75/3.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.22/2.70

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Transaction to finalize when?

Anyone hearing about when the transaction with lps will actually take place?  rate and reply
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PoA approved

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Oct. 31, 2013) - Ainsworth Lumber Co. Ltd. (TSX:ANS) ("Ainsworth") is pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of British Columbia has granted a final...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Buyout and deadlines?

Deadline is noon today. Updated prices:  With a .96 Xchange rate and LPX trading at $17.91 as of today: i)C$1.94 + 0.114 LPX shares = $4.07 C ii).235 LPX shares = $4.39C iii) C$3.76 Cash  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Buyout and deadlines?

The actual transaction takes place in the new year thankfully.  Feb. I think... Get a full year of investible cap gains as a result  rate and reply
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RE:Buyout and deadlines?

I got the mailer 2 weeks ago and the deadline is Oct 28.  rate and reply
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Buyout and deadlines?

Does anyone know or can point me in the right diretion regading the buyout and share issue. What is the deadline to make a decision. I haven't heard anything yet. Thank you  rate and reply
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options for buyout -reprint

ugh not sure what happen there..heres a little cleaner Just got my mailer today and the deadline is Oct 28 (or so) Here is how i calculate the options with a .97 Xchange rate and LPX trading at $17...read more
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options for buyout

Just got my mailer today and the deadline is Oct 28 (or so) Here is how i calculate the options with a .97 Xchange rate and LPX trading at $17.54 as of today: i) (i) C$1.94 in cash and 0.114 LP...read more
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Discount of ANS

At the closing price of ANS of $3.97 and LPX at 17.89 U.S. the ANS shares would be worth $4.34 is held to closing of the deal. This in taking into account exchange and the cost of conversion.  rate and reply
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OSB markets

Distribution and retail buyers have scaled back purchases of OSB, in fear of mill start-ups.  In addition, demand is still spotty in many regions.  This means inventories are low, and the need to buy...read more
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RE:LPX PRICE INCREASE

I'm on the fence as well. My price hit yesterday so i have sold about half so far. With the markets running so high, there are not too many deals out there right now. i don't see anything worth buying...read more
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RE:LPX PRICE INCREASE

Good for you...Smart move....  rate and reply
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LPX PRICE INCREASE

I,ve yet to sell a single share of ANS. With LPX upgraded and osb prices low, what happens if osb prices increase? With the deals conclusion months away I feel share appreciation is a real possibility...read more
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RE:RE:arbs milking it. wow

Wow!!! I cashed out at 3.92 and thought that was great but look at today's sp....Brookfield selling out lots and I wonder why they are cashing up....With the ANS deal, they get a certain percentage of...read more
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RE:arbs milking it. wow

Will get some juice from Cdn $ rising.  Closing predicted for Feb so capital gains tax nicely deferred.  Whole sector should get a boost this fall.  rate and reply
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arbs milking it. wow

new 52 week high for ans if allowed to run.....with lpx at 18 or higher, we should be about 4.40s or higher.  decision is to take cash and stock or stock.....since taking the all cash is no option now...read more
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This deal is considered a taxable event

no matter whether you take shares, or cash or part. Sure I'm happy to have a gain. I'm not happy to have to pay taxes about ans again after the rights offering 9 months earlier. Ans for me was a long...read more
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capital gains

Hey Pappy, if you don't want a tax loss, then just keep the LPX shares. No money has traded hands so that can't make you pay any capital gains. Plus you only pay higher tax on the extra amount that...read more
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Voting on the deal.

I would also like to vote no, but the release stated that Brookfield owns 54% and "private equity funds managed by BAM have (also) entered into an agreement to vote in favor of the transaction...read more
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Voting against the deal

I know it probably doesn't make that much difference but here is why. Has anyone considered that when we receive the LPX shares, or consideration--we have then been considered to have established a...read more