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Fri, Sep 14 2018

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Metro puts struggling Real hypermarket chain on the block

BERLIN German retailer Metro AG plans to sell its struggling Real hypermarkets and is confident of interest in the chain, though bankers played down talk it might attract Amazon and a price tag of up to 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion).

Metro puts struggling Real hypermarket chain on the block

BERLIN German retailer Metro AG plans to sell its struggling Real hypermarkets and is confident of interest in the chain, though bankers played down talk it might attract Amazon and a price tag of up to 1 billion euros (918.09 million pounds).

UPDATE 4-Metro puts struggling Real hypermarket chain on the block

* Move to sell Real not linked to new investor in Metro -CEO (Adds HSBC analyst upgrade)

Metro CEO sees interest for Real stores on the block

BERLIN, Sept 14 German retailer Metro AG previously had contact with potential buyers for its struggling Real hypermarkets so it is optimistic its decision to put them for sale will be met with interest, chief executive Olaf Koch said on Friday.

Metro to sell Real hypermarkets to focus on wholesale

FRANKFURT German retailer Metro AG has decided to sell its struggling Real hypermarkets to focus on its wholesale business, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Metro to sell Real hypermarkets to focus on wholesale

FRANKFURT German retailer Metro AG has decided to sell its struggling Real hypermarkets to focus on its wholesale business, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Metro soars on takeover speculation as stake sold

BERLIN Shares in Metro AG jumped on Monday as Ceconomy announced it may join family-owned Haniel in selling a stake in the German retailer to an investor group led by Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky.

UPDATE 3-Metro soars on takeover speculation as stake sold

* Ceconomy shares gain more than 4 pct (Adds analyst comment, background)

Metro soars on shake-up of shareholder structure

BERLIN Shares in Metro AG jumped on Monday as Ceconomy announced it may join family-owned Haniel [FHANI.UL] in selling a stake in the German retailer to an investor group led by Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky.

UPDATE 1-Haniel to sell Metro stake to Czech-Slovak investor group

* Czech-Slovak investor group could buy more (Recasts, adds details on deal)

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