New World Order Mergers : Monsanto and Bayer, Syngenta and ChemChina
Rueters is owned by Rothschilds and the article proudly names who is behind these mega mergers of criminal companies. My comments and emphasis in red – Ray Songtree
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Bayer clinches Monsanto with improved $66 billion bid
German drugs and crop chemicals company Bayer has won over U.S. seeds firm Monsanto with an improved takeover offer of around $66 billion, ending months of wrangling after increasing its bid for a third time.
The $128 a share deal, up from Bayer’s previous offer of $127.50 a share, is the biggest of the year so far and the largest cash bid on record.
The deal will create a company commanding more than a quarter of the combined world market for seeds and pesticides in the fast-consolidating [centralized] farm supplies industry.
However, competition authorities are likely to scrutinize the tie-up closely, and some of Bayer’s own shareholders have been highly critical of a takeover plan which they say risks overpaying and neglecting the company’s pharmaceutical business. [From pharmaceutical to environmental poison, a seamless symbiotic transition, as Big Pharma continues to create sickness for its industry and for the de-population agenda.]
The transaction includes a break-fee of $2 billion that Bayer will pay to Monsanto should it fail to get regulatory clearance. Bayer expects the deal to close by the end of 2017.
The details confirm what a source close to the matter told Reuters earlier. [And which the anonymous source acted as gatekeeper on.]
Bernstein Research analysts said on Tuesday they saw only a 50 percent chance of the deal winning regulatory clearance, although they cited a survey among investors that put the likelihood at 70 percent on average. [Investors are bullish, while fair play is regulatory.]
“We believe political pushback to this deal, ranging from farmer dissatisfaction with all their suppliers consolidating [centralized and monopolizing] in the face of low farm net incomes [being squeezed and controlled] to dissatisfaction with Monsanto leaving the United States, could provide significant delays and complications,” they wrote in a research note.
Bayer said it was offering a 44 percent premium to Monsanto’s share price on May 9, the day before it made its first written proposal.
It plans to raise $19 billion to help fund the deal by issuing convertible bonds and new shares to its existing shareholders, and said banks [listed below] had also committed to providing $57 billion of bridge financing.
At 1140 GMT, Bayer shares were up 2.2 percent at 95.32 euros. Monsanto’s were up 0.2 percent at $106.3 in premarket trade.
Bayer’s move to combine its crop chemicals business, the world’s second largest after Syngenta AG, with Monsanto’s industry leading seeds business, is the latest in a series of major tie-ups [centralization] in the agrochemicals sector.
The German company is aiming to create a one-stop shop for seeds, [monopolizing availability of seed] crop chemicals [chemical pollution of soils, water tables, and our bodies] and computer-aided [dependent] services to farmers.
That was also the idea [aim of centralization] behind Monsanto’s swoop on Syngenta last year, which the Swiss company fended off, only to agree later to a takeover by China’s state-owned ChemChina. [China is New World Order, (Rothschilds funded Mao) so now Syngenta will be ChemChina as Europe (forced immigration) and U.S. (off shoring of jobs) are deconstructed to place bludgeoned and mind programmed China as the lead change agent for global “transformation.” The “transformation” is alien to human nature as discussed in this video (link) on Artificial Intelligence. Therefore, , with that alien interference, it is not a surprise that there is no national affiliation to the “world order”. ]
Elsewhere in the industry, U.S. chemicals giants Dow Chemical and DuPont plan to merge [centralize] and later spin off their respective seeds and crop chemicals operations into a major agribusiness.
The Bayer-Monsanto deal will be the largest ever involving a German buyer, beating Daimler’s tie-up with Chrysler in 1998, which valued the U.S. carmaker at more than $40 billion. It will also be the largest all-cash transaction on record, ahead of brewer InBev’s $60.4 billion offer for Anheuser-Busch in 2008.
Bayer said it expected the deal to boost its core earnings per share in the first full year following completion, and by a double-digit percentage in the third year. [… as centralization monopolizes and controls industry and farmers.]
Bayer and Monsanto were in talks to sound out ways to combine their businesses as early as March, which culminated in Bayer coming out with an initial $122 per-share takeover proposal in May.
[Complicit] Antitrust experts have said [complicit] regulators will likely demand the [slap on hand] sale of some soybeans, cotton and canola seed assets as a condition for approving the deal.
Bayer said BofA Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and JP Morgan had committed to providing the bridge financing. [These are all Rothschild, or Roth-efeller, Banks]
BofA Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse are acting as lead financial advisers to Bayer, with Rothschild as an additional adviser. [Rothschilds have controlled every war for 200 years, and Rothschilds will control this merger also.] Bayer’s legal advisers are Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Allen & Overy LLP.
Morgan Stanley [JP Morgan bought editorial rights to top 25 U.S. newspapers in 1915, and orchestrated the 1929 stock market crash, a simple trick by those who expand and contract the money supply to create THEIR business cycle. Fake Boer War hero Winston Churchill was at New York Stock Exhange, not by coincidence, for 1929 crash to witness power of the New World Order bankers.] and Ducera Partners are acting as financial advisers to Monsanto, with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz its legal adviser.
(Editing by Maria Sheahan and Mark Potter)
original article http://www.reuters.com/article/us-monsanto-m-a-bayer-deal-idUSKCN11K128