"Rowland oversaw the EPA’s cancer assessment for glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s weed-killing products, and was a key author of a report finding glyphosate was not likely to be carcinogenic."
Questions about EPA-Monsanto collusion raised in cancer lawsuits
'According to a Monsanto email, a Monsanto employee said EPA official Jess Rowland said he "should get a medal" if he could kill a different government agency's investigation into glyphosate.'
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Christine Sheppard is one of more than 800 cancer patients suing Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, claiming the company failed to warn consumers about a risk of cancer from the weed killer. Monsanto insists Roundup is safe.
"...traces of glyphosate have been detected in cookies, crackers, chips, breakfast cereals, and honey, and in human urine and breast milk. Monsanto says it’s nothing to worry about."
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Oh no, MON bagholders still holding out hope...Where if FUNFUN?
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Q3 results are next week. These should be pretty good due to cost cutting, whether it is soy or corn its good fro MON. They have made deals with Dupont etc on soybeans and so they should be reaping that harvest and insiders appear to have been excusing their options in the window they have - which is now closed -- but reality is the stock price is now dependent on merger with a price cap of $128 so we will have to wait until EU and US start OKing merger beore it will move much above $120. Logically based on amrket share the merger is safe it will depend on politics if there are issues. BAyer has agreed to sell the overlapping products so there is far less market overlap with this than Dupont Dow had. The merger with BAyer woudl have zero effect on corn, soy, cotton, canola seed market share and since Monsanto really only sold glyphosate as a pesticide and BAyer is selling off the gluphosinate there are no anti-trust market share issues. The Europeans also shouldn't compalin about an EU company buying American -usualy the compalin about the reverse. It also woudln't affect jobs that much in the US
DOW merger approved.... BAYER/MON is next and prospects are buoyed by DOW approval, so +$3 over next few days as it heads to $128 within this year. 8% return over next 6 months (16% annual) with high-probability is not too shabby opportunity versus, for example, AAPL or MSFT....
The trading setup for MON looks very enticing. check out awe_some_stock.s, its a pretty reliable service. of course you have to do your own due diligence, but they generally point you in the right direction.
If we are to go off the RSI then you could argue that a pull back next day or so could occur on MON before rallying up. check out awe_some_stocks, its a pretty reliable service. of course you have to do your own due diligence, but they generally point you in the right direction.
I would have preferred a cash and stock deal so MON would continue to see upside as BAYRY stock price moves up. I wonder why the deal was structured as all cash. Oh well.
I sure hope the Bayer/Monsanto deal falls though. I like having Mon a US company and I hate paying capital gains. I am perfectly content to collect dividends forever.
Dow, DuPont Receive Conditional Regulatory Approval in Brazil
Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense has granted conditional regulatory approval of DuPont and Dow's proposed merger of equals.
Monsanto has been a leading mass murderer in the world for the last 55 years. "Jeff Schechtman: A couple of points. First of all, you said that they literally got away with murder. Talk about what you mean by that.
Ronnie Cummins: Yes. I mean, they knew quite well when they produced the defoliant Agent Orange, that it was going to be, you know, deadly to humans. They sprayed it for years in Vietnam, literally millions of children have been born with birth defects" https://whowhatwhy.org/2016/05/20/monsantos-50-years-death-end/
Monsanto’s 50 Years of Death From Above and Below Is About to End - WhoWhatWhy
Monsanto has given us PCBs, Agent Orange, Roundup and GMOs. For over two decades the company has shaped agribusiness. Find out in this week’s podcast how all that is about to change.