On the other hand, TNT shares went down 41% by last Monday's market close after the failed acquisition. Looking beyond this, analysts are still confident with TNT, believing that with the company's exposure to the Asia Pacific and Brazil, it is still an attractive takeover target.Considering the market situation of both companies, there is definitely life after UPS for TNT, and vice versa. In the first place, many investors were cautious and not confident with the merger, resulting for both shares to go down. The failed acquisition was actually a relief. Both companies can now focus on the growth of their core operations. The lesson here is some things are better left alone.
Moving Forward Sans Merger - Research Report On United Parcel Service, Inc.
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