Author Topic: Your position in FFH  (Read 10836 times)

Grenville

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Re: Your position in FFH
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2011, 11:17:55 AM »
Looks like insiders bought some shares recently :

Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Young, Brian David  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  2,354     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Wacek, Michael  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  1,108     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Salvesen, James B.  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  277     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Lovell, Peter H.  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  693     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Christiansen, Jan  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  970     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Bennett, Robert  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  1,108     
Mar 15/11  Mar 10/11  Barnard, Andrew  Direct Ownership  Subordinate Voting Shares  97 - Other  3,461 


I don't think they were insider purchases. No purchase prices were listed.


Tommm50

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Re: Your position in FFH
« Reply #31 on: March 17, 2011, 04:21:33 PM »
Just a question for someone more knowledgeable:  If you have a Honda plant in Alliston Ontario and it needs certain parts that are only manufactured a few miles from a certain damaged reactor would business interruption insurance apply if you are shut down by the lack of parts?

It depends on the type of Business Interruption coverage they bought. Some would, some wouldn't. It used to be business interruption coverage only kicked in if your business was interrupted by direct physical damage to your property caused by a covered peril. Nowadays there are much broader coverages out there. I'd guess in this soft market the broader coverage has become more common but I have no idea how prevalent it is.