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Bt Takeover Rumours (BT.A)

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Not good news for BT shareholder's as they were waiting for good news on 26th nov23 regarding takeover of BT unless he found someone to buy his stack for 160p plus.
MusicMagpie in early stage of takeover talks with BT and private equity firm hTtps://
Altice bonds trading at 50 cents on the dollar, 60b in debt….parabolic interest rates….Pereira the no2 under house arrest, his bt shares will get dumped when bondholders takeover, this pos could be down to sub 70p.
Drahi must know something. Will he be part of a takeover? With 30% any takeover is bound to succeed with his support. As for the share price retreating to 100p, BT will be just as valuable irrespective of the market price. Top up, play the long game.
All this talk of HMG not wanting BT to fall into foreign hands. Surely at least 50% of the shares are already owned by foreign nationals / corporations ? And if five different new foreign nationals each bought 9.9% gradually on the open market, when added to Draghi and DT would that not mean BT was almost 100% foreign owned with no formal takeover actually having happened ?
BT boss resigns as speculation mounts over German takeover
IMO there was nothing new in the Telegraph article. The only thing that I would agree with the article is that it highlighted the time limit. If Labour get in power the chances of a takeover would be virtually next to zero. Would the present government stop a takeover on the grounds of security? Probably. What I would say is that Drahi BT's largest shareholder who owns 24.5%. I don't think that he's invested for the dividend.
Yep - so much for the takeover rumour. Suet
BT on high alert for German takeover Https://

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