BCE Deal is Dead
When the BCE take over bid was first launched there was a lot of hype around the take over. Even I thought that BCE might have been a arbitrage buying opportunity between the share price and the merger cash price. However, with the down turn in the credit markets and economy in general, the BCE deal has been declared dead.
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