and will close in a timely manner. The very stable price at $2.88 is 3% lower than the offer of $2.97. Assuming it closes in 6 months as stated by Sprint, that works out to a 6% annual rate. If the big players that control the market price thought otherwise, I'm not sure if it would go up or down, but it wouldn't be as stable as a CD.
So does anyone have reason to believe the market is wrong (as it has been before) and that Sprint doesn't have the votes? I would be especially interested to hear from Spok and anyone else who was surveyed on how they would vote.