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China a Wild Card in VMWare Deal – InsideArbitrage Friday Wrap

  • October 20, 2023


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Special Situations

Dipping into the $vmw dip.

$CNSL to be acquired at $4.70/share

Olink $OLK acquired by Thermo Fisher $TMO

How can $SCU's special committee claim that Dan Och's actions have "cost stockholders significant value?"

Pfizer wins unconditional EU antitrust okay for $43 bln Seagen buy

MRC Global gains amid report activist pushing for sale

$MP - this guy pulled off the best distressed of all time and no one is talking about it - amazing

$DVN seriously ? Hard to see how your merger of equals strategy reported by Bloomberg is the best outcome

Albemarle Corp., the world’s largest lithium producer, has walked away from its A$6.6 billion takeover of Australian miner Liontown Resources Ltd.

$NNDM said it has received approval from the Israeli Court

Ten #Chinese #SOEs announced stock buyback plans, over 70 firms pledged major shareholders won't sell in coming months.

Las Vegas Sands Q3 revenue tops estimates; unveils $2B stock buyback plan

Tesla 3Q FY23: Op cash flow up 8% to $3.3B. Missed EPS: GAAP -10.6%, Non-GAAP -7.9%.

$MOND expands share repurchase program to up to $40 million

As we report on C-Suite transitions, we have started taking a closer look at employment agreements.


5 straight quarters for $NFLX where FCF = net income

CASH-ON-CASH RETURN for restaurant brands

Paypal - $PYPL just reached a 6-year low

Wow $ENPH -12% in sympathy on this news.

Bank of America offering some perspective on credit quality

Rereading the FTC / $AMZN complaint,

Japan's JFE Steel eyes stake in Teck's coal business

U. S. Economy

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell suggested the Fed is unlikely to raise interest rates again

For the first time this century, cash pays a higher yield in interest than the S&P 500 does in earnings

Mortgage rates in the US climbed for the sixth week in a row.