US: Post shares begin trading after Ralcorp spin-off completed

By Dean Best | 7 February 2012

Shares in Post Holdings have begun trading in New York after the US cereal maker was spun off from private-label food group Ralcorp Holdings.

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Shares in Post Holdings have begun trading in New York after the US cereal maker was spun off from private-label food group Ralcorp Holdings.

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