Ahold, Zaandam, the Netherlands, plans to set up a $1 billion multicurrency revolving credit facility to refinance debt it assumed in its acquisition of Stop & Shop Cos., Quincy, Mass. The new seven-year facility would replace the current one. The Stop & Shop deal included a $1.8 billion stock offering by Ahold plus assumption of $1.1 billion in debt. unusually heavy trading of its stock last week -- topping the New York Stock Exchange's most-active list -- amid reports that ...

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