this news outs us at the mid point of around $150 a share sounds good to me
not a dime if they want to move it will be considered an inversion and will be dead in the water that is why they made the statement from the start it will stay in St. Louis
it is the American way look Trump may be your next president we did not learn from the 80's so will do them again with trump the chump
the FTC can easily satisfied by agreeing to the condition of spinning off any part that would be seen as a monopoly (mainly the cotton seed division) at the same time this would raise revenue to warm the BAYN investors up to the deal so as soon as BAYN makes an offer of the security deposit the are willing to pay if the deal fails this is going to jump to $139+ a share
If they stick to the plan of leaving MON in St Louis there will be no tax inversion so it would go right through that way but if there is going to be a tax inversion then Obama will make sure it is denied because if he lets them take the tax money out of the country then Trump will be all over it and Hillary will lose the election and come cut Obama's danglers off
not at all what has been said they are going into talks about price and most likely any addition to this offer will be in stock not cash.
could be a ploy to get mon to rebid on adr in order to say alive in the take over market it is either buy out or get gought out if that is the case mon will drop like a rock could go down to $70 or lower