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Loblaw Companies Limited T.L

Sector: Consumer Defensive | Sub-Sector: Grocery Stores
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.L.PR.B

Loblaw Companies Ltd is a food retailer and a provider of drugstore, general merchandise and financial products and services.
Price: $70.81 Volume: 243,100
Change: $-0.54 % Change: -0.76%
Day High/Low: 71.35/70.17 52 Week High/Low: 74.45/53.07
Last Traded: August 28, 2015 09:53 Transaction Volume: 8
Open: 71.02 Previous Close: 71.35
Bid: 70.77 Ask: 70.82
Bid Size: 300 Ask Size: 200
Market Cap: 29.2b Shares Out: 412.7m
PE Ratio: 39.6 Dividend Yield: 1.4015

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Latest Bullboard Posts

  • TDW ups target

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    to $80

    2.5 stars


  • RE:So much bashing!

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    $4.65 in 2017 earnings. in the end people need to eat. dont get caught up in the minutia of whatever the content filler of the day is...

    3 stars


  • So much bashing!

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    The stock is in breakout mode and will continue to rise for a few days. Consolidation of its locations will strengthen the business and...

    1.5 stars


  • Fallng Loonie

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    I don't know why this stock is still going up.  Loblaws has suppliers in the U.S. and a falling loonie will only cut its profits

    1.5 stars


  • What a stupid stock

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    down 2% on a 100,000 shares for a multibillion dollar company. The trading on this thing is absolutely stupid. They need a major share...

    2.5 stars