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Daily from Wall Street, March 13

  Turbulence in the making: A turbulent period may be in the in the making after a week that saw a strong jobs report, while the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq closed in the red. On the calendar this week: Monetary decisions due from the Fed, BOJ, BOE and SNB. Theresa May is also likely to trigger… Continue reading Daily from Wall Street, March 13

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Wall Street at Breakfast

  Bayer Values $62B Price Tag On Monsanto Futures Fade Early Bounce, Slide In Illiquid Tape  Yen Rises Oil Drops Bayer has confirmed its offer to acquire Monsanto (NYSE:MON) with a $122 per share all-cash bid that values the U.S. agribusiness at $62B. The drug and chemicals giant anticipates annual earnings contributions from synergies of around… Continue reading Wall Street at Breakfast