By and  on July 22, 2013

With multiple bidders emerging for Saks Inc., the focus has shifted to how much the luxe department store might fetch and what toll a buyout could take on the company’s balance sheet.

Shares of Saks fell 6 percent to $14.94 Monday, retrenching after real estate player Starwood Capital’s reported interest in the retailer pushed its stock to a 52-week high of $17.51 Friday.

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