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Holger Zschaepitz
Biggest destruction of capital in German stock market history? has lost €28bn in market cap following its acquisition of .
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Xiongniu Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Im sure there were bigger ones during the 2000 tech bubble.
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Patrick Nomico Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Buying an exposure to the US legal system of extorsion against foreign companies is the dumbest move you can do. In the case of Monsanto, it is even worse : the Americans will buy it back from Bayer ( or Bayer itself ) at a fraction of the price paid. Been there, done that...
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P.M.John Sep 12
My thoughts too, most I'll informed acquisition. Monsanto was operating on a plateau, no synergy at all.
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Stickybuds Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Good.
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Mark Bamber Sep 12
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I guess it’s just the start of Bayer’s problems...
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Piotr Janiszewski Sep 12
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Bruce Sep 12
Dump Bayer stock
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dimitrisnatsis Sep 12
mercedes benz buying chrysler ...some 32 bn loss
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Mhofu Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Great stuff, behemoths tend to self destruct, let something new replace them, this is capitalism. Large mergers/acquisitions do not correlate with better shareholder returns.
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Gooberhead Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Oh well pay back for what they got up to in WW2... Was part of the broken up IG farben.
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Gregory M. Thomas Sep 12
Bigger than ?
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Not supersmart Bobo Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
in terms of genuine drops, probably, but this is the record.
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Tom Katz Sep 12
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I always say...."Today's M&A = Tomorrow's Writedowns"
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CryptoOutsource Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Good. Having come from a farming family in Australia and then funded non profit agri projects in the Philippines, I know first hand the impact these companies have had on millions of people. Corbett provides an interesting summary on Bayers/Monsanto.
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Fernand Pignon Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
There was undoubtedly a dark side in the Monsanto acquisition . Some personal interest I guess
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Crottaz Olivier, CEFA Sep 12
and probably not over because of Roundup etc. big polluters
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G Stockus Sep 12
Replying to @Schuldensuehner
Yes, but but, the Fed model ! Bunds are 42bp
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Guenter Schwabl Sep 12
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This one of the greatest Management mistake in history... or organised crime or both.
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