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NEW YORK — Executives and guests of Post Holdings visited the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the spinoff from parent company Ralcorp Holdings on Tuesday.
As part of the celebration, Post Holdings CEO William Stiritz rang the opening bell.
As reported, the cereal maker now is a publicly-traded standalone company. It will trade under the ticket symbol "POST."