Inside Arbitrage Friday Wrap – Large Number of Rumored Deals

  • December 2, 2022

FRIDAY WRAP

Our list of curated tweets for the current week

 

Special Situations

Seeing a lot of speculation about Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard


David Faber on CNBC "I don't think Politico's story about the FTC and Microsoft and Activision is correct"


Atlas Air Worldwide $AAWW shareholders voted to approve the company's $4.4 bil pending acquisition by the investment group led by Apollo Global Management


General Electric, L3Harris among suitors vying for Aerojet


GSK is a potential buyout candidate for Novartis - Intron Health


Medical technology acquisition, $BSX offering $10 cash per share for $APEN


EQT is in talks to acquire Radius Global Infrastructure


Germany’s Brenntag is exploring a potential acquisition of rival Univar Solutions


Interesting how poorly $SPNE is trading today in light of the $OFIX indication of interest


General Electric set the terms for the spinoff of its healthcare division


Workday, Inc. $WDAY approves $500 million share repurchase program


$WDAY - Workday Earnings Breakdown


Air Transport Services $ATSG leadership approves new $150M share repurchase plan


US Foods $USFD names new CEO, David Flitman


Charles N. Reeves Purchases 24,858 Shares of MidWestOne Financial Group, Inc. $MOFG Stock


Special situation in US-traded stock headquartered in Israel $NNDM


Investing

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Netflix logged five programs that streamed more than 1B minutes each in Nielsen's most recently weekly streaming ratings


Lots of anger directed at Netflix in the interviews with nearly a dozen producers


I'll admit I almost fell out of chair after looking at Meta's Opex per average headcount in 2021


Breakdown of layoffs by sector shows growing share of tech over past few months


I worked in MBS trading and securitization into the GFC.


St. Louis Fed President James Bullard to @grobb2000 : "Markets are underpricing a little bit the risk that the FOMC will have to be more aggressive rather than less aggressive in order to contain the very substantial inflation that we have in the U.S.”


How will the markets play out in 2023?