hope someone can help, i am a dresser shareholder and understand from what i read that for every share i own of dresser i swap for a share of haliburton, right? so for the dresser shareholder is the main importance how well the haliburton stock does until the fall of the year when the swap is supposed to happen, right now haliburton at 46 and dresser at 44, so is it safe to assume if haliburton goes up to 50 that dresser will follow closely up to swap and will be about 48 or so. couldnt the deal be worth alot more than 8 billion if haliburton stock goes up to 60 and dresser stock follows and is selling at 58 by the time of the swap, help!!!! not sure if i understand the deal exactly.
is it a good bet that we see growth of both stocks up until swap, the fundamentals of both companies are very good.
I'm static to see this merger take place, two great American companies come together, and achive synergies in all segments, construction, oil field services as well as manufacturing, a dream come true to my way of thinking, a marriage made in heaven, Will catapult this new American Company in to the forefront of the oil services and construction segments. And will create greater value for the stockholders of both companies.