And if it does, I will buy back in the 90s. I like MON, had it for years, sold it today for 106 something. Big Bayer holders are aghast so expect resistance there. Recall that in Germany, states are often big influential shareholders so politics plays a big part. I don't know if this is the case for Bayer.
Hmm, sounds like the home mortgage debacle of 07-09 where people who overextended were able to walk away while those of us who are responsible debtors ended up paying twice (once for our own mortgage and once for theirs via stock market and bond disasters).