A week out from the takeover vote, many investors have taken the cash while others reckon the board still sold the company too cheap. “If the board members are considering a future career in real estate they would starve,” one investor said.
A week out from the takeover vote, many investors have taken the cash while others reckon the board still sold the company too cheap. “If the board members are considering a future career in real estate they would starve,” one long-time investor said.
The question for investors who have not yet made up their minds is how long would it take for the airport’s stock to recover to its pre-pandemic trading levels if they reject the cash on offer?in July 2021 during some of the worst days of the pandemic, when much of Australia was locked down and planes were grounded.
to protest the takeover, arguing that the company’s share price was “artificially depressed” when it received the takeover approach and that “travel will return and the airport will thrive once more”.While the board rejected two initial offers from the consortium, priced at $8.25 per share and $8.45 per share, it took only two months to announce it was likely to recommend a third offer of $8.75 per share.Read more: Financial Review »
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The Sydney suburbs bearing the brunt of the Omicron waveTwo local health districts account for about a third of the state’s 650,000 cases since the beginning of December. niltiac While the premier pays his condolences every-morning then goes back to his office celebrating his kingdom with a bottle of Grange niltiac Is that the demographic that is also anti-rules, anti-law, anti-govt etc.? We know who they are. niltiac Visudrs mutate to less virulent strains from host to host. Year 6 biology. Anything else is corporate spin
Several Sydney council areas cancel 2022 Australia Day events | 7NEWSSeveral Australia Day celebrations across Sydney have been shelved for a second year running, while others will go ahead, scaled-back and COVID-safe. Councils say that keeping residents protected is paramount, but critics insist that this isn't helping. so those critics have any monetary incentive for the celebrations to go ahead? after all as shown by our domicron there are people out there thinking money is more important than human lives 🤔 Absolute joke!!! 💀💀💀💀 No one can afford to buy lamb chops very expensive. What happened Australia 🇦🇺
The Sydney suburbs expert buyers and sellers have their eyes onLifestyle locations, suburbs with new infrastructure and neighbourhoods offering more value for money are tipped to be in demand this year. One thing that sticks out when I visited Sydney is those red brick buildings, the Garbage bins scattered around the streets, it’s like something from 1820, beside that it’s a beautiful city with some potentials.
7-year-old Sydney boy dying of COVID was a hoax | 7NEWSCOVID-19 Fact Check: It was a heart-wrenching story. A 7-year-old Sydney boy dying in the back of an ambulance after being vaccinated. It garnered thousands of clicks on Facebook, but it was a hoax posted by someone purporting to be 'Steve Leary'. 7NEWS 7NewsAdelaide Disgraceful Idiot
Driver freed after ute 'completely crushed' in Sydney truck crashUPDATE: A ute driver has been taken to hospital after a garbage truck rolled on top of his car on Barrenjoey Road, Bilgola. 9News
In a hotter Sydney, some trees will thrive while others will witherTrees and shrubs in gardens and parks today may not survive climate change, new research shows. Some old favourites, including natives, may survive only with extra love, care and water. juliepower Almost like evolution juliepower Trees and shrubs will survive climate change just like they have done for the past 1000 years. juliepower Hotter Sydney ? When is this going to happen ? This summer as has been the case over last few, is rubbish. Rain rain and more rain and cool temps. I feel sorry for businesses that rely on the beautiful Sydney summers we used to have.