It sounds like the same thing Eaton did, and this wil result in a taxable situation for PFE shareholders. With Eaton the original shares had to be sold realizing the capital gains and then re bought under the new organization. if this is the case it will be costly for large holders of PFE.
Hey Stevie, get a clue your real dollars are more worthless than just about anything out there look at the government debt to get that through your skull
One of the reasons I started to pick up some shares last week but never expected this, bought emes and slca as well dam should have jumped in with both feet...
Sorry I could be wrong I thought there were restrictions on insider making moves in and around earnings.
I am looking for high 40's, it may happen today if so I am in.
I don't see it happening I don't remember them ever cutting it and have been involved with the company for over 20 years.
we'll see if it hits today.
Or this thing is in deep trouble.