MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Roundy's Supermarkets here will meet with its lenders Thursday in an effort to secure loans totaling $800 million to refinance its debt, according to reports. The company declined to comment on the reports. According to Bloomberg, the financing would include $675 million in term loans due in 2019 and a $125-million revolving line of credit maturing in 2017. Roundy’s also declined to comment on the status of an initial public offering, which the ...
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