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Liquor Stores NA Ltd (LIQ.TO)

LIQ.TO on Toronto Stock Exchange

11.54CAD
19 Jan 2018
Change (% chg)

$0.14 (+1.23%)
Prev Close
$11.40
Open
$11.37
Day's High
$11.63
Day's Low
$11.36
Volume
88,702
Avg. Vol
59,358
52-wk High
$11.99
52-wk Low
$8.78

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About

Liquor Stores NA Ltd is a Canada-based operator of retail liquor stores. The Company operates stores in Alberta, British Columbia, Alaska and Kentucky. The Company's Liquor Stores primarily operate under the brand names Liquor Depot and Wine and Beyond in Alberta; Liquor Depot and Wine Cellar in British Columbia; Brown Jug in... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.54
Market Cap(Mil.): $271.37
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 27.78
Dividend: 0.03
Yield (%): 3.68

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 45.00 16.58
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 5.13 10.60
ROE: -- 9.36 14.19

BRIEF-Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd. Announces Leadership Change

* LIQUOR STORES NA LTD - JAMES F. C. BURNS HAS BEEN APPOINTED CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

15 Dec 2017

BRIEF-Liquor Stores Na says ‍selling its 15 liquor barn retail stores in Kentucky

* Liquor Stores Na says ‍selling its 15 liquor barn retail stores in Kentucky & entering into negotiations to sell its 51% interest in Birchfield ventures

20 Nov 2017

BRIEF-Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd. reports third quarter 2017 results

* Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd. reports third quarter 2017 results; provides further detail on strategy to transform the business

10 Nov 2017

BRIEF-Liquor Stores considering selling Kentucky Locations

* Liquor Stores announces it's considering selling Kentucky Locations

13 Oct 2017

BRIEF-Liquor Stores to change frequency of dividend payments to quarterly, effective for Q4

* Liquor Stores NA Ltd - effective for Q4 of 2017, company will change frequency of dividend payments to quarterly

16 Aug 2017

BRIEF-Liquor Stores posts qtrly adj share $0.11

* Liquor Stores NA Ltd reports second quarter 2017 results, new members of senior management changes to board, and change to the frequency of dividend payments

10 Aug 2017

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