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Date: 02-19-2013

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Berkshire and 3G Capital buy Heinz for $28,000 million

Warren Buffett, 82, and Jorge Paulo Lemann, 73, buy HJ Heinz ketchup maker.

They will pay $72.50 per share, compared with last closing price of $60.48. Around $5,000 million of Heinz's debt is included in the payment.

Buffett had over $45,000 million in cash. Lemann, from Brazil, owns shares of Anheuser-Busch InBev and Burger King. His stake on Heinz will be worth over $4,000 million. Heinz shares rose 20% to match the $72.50 agreed price.

What did they see in Heinz?

The deal could be the largest ever in the food industry. The buyers are paying around 14 times earnings, when the median of more than 100 comparable deals worldwide was 7.6 times. It seems too expensive.

Besides, Heinz has a PER of 23, which means it would take 23 years to get their money back. But Heinz's debt is only 2.5 times earnings. Not bad at all.

And Heinz stock gained 17% in 2012, after increasing sales in emerging economies. That could be the key: emerging markets. Furthermore, Heinz is a very cheap company to run. The price was maybe too high, but it could be a very good buy.

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Berkshire y 3G Capital compran Heinz por $28,000 millones

Warren Buffett, de 82 años, y Jorge Paulo Lemann, de 73, compran el fabricante de ketchup HJ Heinz.

Pagarán $72.50 por acción, en comparación con el último cierre de $60.48. La deuda de cerca de $5,000 millones está incluída en el pago.

Buffett tenía casi $45,000 millones en efectivo. Lemann, brasileño, posee acciones de Anheuser-Busch InBev y Burger King. Su parte de Heinz valdrá más de $4,000 millones. Las acciones de Heinz subieron un 20% hasta igualar el precio acordado de $72.50.

¿Qué han visto en Heinz?

El acuerdo podría ser el mayor de la historia en la industria alimentaria. Los compradores pagan casi 14 veces los ingresos, cuando la media de más de 100 acuerdos equiparables por todo el mundo era de 7.6 veces. Parece muy caro.

Además, Heinz tiene un PER de 23, lo que significa que tardarán 23 años en recuperar su dinero. Pero la deuda de Heinz es de sólo 2.5 veces sus ingresos. No está nada mal.

Y sus acciones subieron un 17% en 2012, después de aumentar sus ventas en economías emergentes. Esa podría ser la clave: los mercados emergentes. Y además, Heinz es una empresa muy barata de gestionar. Puede que el precio haya sido muy alto, pero podría ser una compra muy buena.

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