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Edmond de Rothschild Monaco acquires Snap-On stake

Edmond de Rothschild Monaco acquires Snap-On stake

By Staff Writer - February 13, 2017

Edmond de Rothschild Monaco acquired a stake in Snap-On Inc during the third quarter of 2016, according to a Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the US. Snap-On Inc is primarily a maker of tools and equipment.

In its quarterly earnings results posted on February 2, Snap-On’s return on equity was 20.89 percent and revenue was up by 4.5 percent compared to the same quarter of 2015.

The private bank acquired 7,304 shares of the stock, valued at about $1,110,000. Snap-On makes up one percent of Edmond de Rothschild Monaco’s investment portfolio, making the stock its 17th largest position, according to a number of sources reporting on US investments.

 

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