Max's Group Inc.
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(10-04-2012, 04:39 PM)milk and honey Wrote: http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/corpt/201...2012_1.pdf
http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/corpt/201...042012.pdf
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#42
Katakot naman si sigbin pala angkol WTF hihihi
“If a speculator is correct half of the time, he is hitting a good average. Even being right 3 or 4 times out of 10 should yield a person a fortune if he has the sense to cut his losses quickly on the ventures where he is wrong.”
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#43
angkol shoe, hindi kalang sanay sa itsura niyan pero maraming ganon na mukha diyan sa lansangan at saka mabait ... twisted Tongue twisted
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#44
Nyahaha. Nakow kelangang magmasid masid pala angkol WTF nut
“If a speculator is correct half of the time, he is hitting a good average. Even being right 3 or 4 times out of 10 should yield a person a fortune if he has the sense to cut his losses quickly on the ventures where he is wrong.”
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#45
http://www.philstar.com/business/2012/11...n-9-months For those that don't read BS,IS, or CS and wants a quick read Big Grin
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#46
ate some pancake Tongue
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#47
(Warning: Newbie here!)

I was just looking at the stock chart of PCKH and wondering what happened mid April this year that caused the stock price to jump up so suddenly? I read back through this thread and saw the 4M shares movement which probably explained the price drop around end of August 2012...
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#48
(05-16-2013, 11:27 AM)Feanne Wrote: (Warning: Newbie here!)

I was just looking at the stock chart of PCKH and wondering what happened mid April this year that caused the stock price to jump up so suddenly? I read back through this thread and saw the 4M shares movement which probably explained the price drop around end of August 2012...

go to pse.com.ph go type PCKH
then click disclosure on the companies' page...
look at beneficial owners... that's the key!
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#49
(05-16-2013, 06:50 PM)milk and honey Wrote:
(05-16-2013, 11:27 AM)Feanne Wrote: (Warning: Newbie here!)

I was just looking at the stock chart of PCKH and wondering what happened mid April this year that caused the stock price to jump up so suddenly? I read back through this thread and saw the 4M shares movement which probably explained the price drop around end of August 2012...

go to pse.com.ph go type PCKH
then click disclosure on the companies' page...
look at beneficial owners... that's the key!

matagal ng hinahanap ni boss kung asan ang shares na yun. they finally found the owners na asa singapore pala. a price was agreed upon, and the shares crossed on the board.

buy high, sell higher!

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#50
Max’s set to acquire all of Pancake House

MANILA—The Max’s restaurant group has launched a tender offer to minority shareholders of casual dining chain Pancake House who may want to exit on the same terms as the controlling Lorenzo family.
Minority shareholders accounting for about 60.37 million shares or 23.29 percent of Pancake House are given the option to sell their shares at P15 per share, the same price at which Max’s group is taking over the company.

Based on a regulatory filing on Friday, the tender offer period will run from January 20 to Feb. 17 this year, with BPI Securities Corp. as the offer agent.

The tender offer is in compliance with corporate regulations after the Max’s group struck a deal to buy 76.7 percent of Pancake House. The new investor group intends to keep Pancake House a publicly listed company, based on a regulatory filing.

The entities bidding for the minority shares are the following: Max’s Kitchen Inc. (controlled by the Fuentebella family); Chicken’s R Us Inc. (mostly owned by the Trota family); Max’s Express Restaurants Inc., Square Top Inc., No Bia Inc., Max’s Bakeshop Inc., The Real American Doughnut Co. Inc., Room Ventures Corp., Trota Gimenez Realty Corp. and MGOC Holdings.

The buyout deal by the Max’s group values 100 percent of Pancake House at P3.9 billion. This consolidation also creates one of the country’s largest restaurant chains.

Founded in 1974, Pancake House has 105 outlets of flagship brand Pancake House for a total of 300 other outlets across other brands like Dencio’s, Kabisera ng Dencio’s, Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin’ Pepper Steak, [b]Le Coeur De France[/b], The Chicken Rice Shop, Maple and [b]Yellow Cab[/b].

The Max’s group was founded in 1945 and now has 150 Max’s stores in the Philippines and overseas. The group has also brought to the country international food brands such as Krispy Kreme and Jamba Juice.

The P15-per share pricing of the deal represented a premium of 6 percent above Pancake House’s closing price and a premium of about 7 percent above its 90-day volume-weighted average price on the local stock market prior to the announcement of the deal.


taken from http://business.inquirer.net/160513/maxs...cake-house


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