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WMC shares surge, rival bid expected

October 11, 2018
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A rival offer for WMC Resources is expected within days after thegovernment cleared the way for Xstrata to complete its $8.4 billionhostile takeover. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 hours ago)
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WMC Resources has fed market expectations that Xstrata’s $8.4billion takeover bid will strike competition. (The Age — 10 February, 2005)
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Now that Xstrata’s “final” offer price of $7.20 cash a share has forced the WMC Resources board to pursue all options to maximise value, one possibility it could consider would be to spin off its Olympic Dam copper-uranium mine as a stand-alone listed company. (The Australian — 8 February, 2005)
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A bonanza $1.32 billion profit from WMC Resources could lift the price tag for the company, with one analyst tipping that Rio Tinto may offer more than $8 a share. (The Australian — 10 February, 2005)
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Just what should be made of yesterday’s further response by WMC Resources directors to Xstrata’s increased offer price of $7.20 cash a share? (The Australian — 9 February, 2005)
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Treasurer Peter Costello has cleared a controversial $8 billion Swiss takeover bid for Australias WMC Resources After taking advice from the Foreign Investment Review Board Mr Costello ruled favo (ABC News — 8 hours ago)
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Xstrata’s takeover of uranium and nickel mining company WMC couldlead to Australian uranium ending up in nuclear weapons, theAustralian Democrats said on Friday. (Australian Financial Review — 8 hours ago)
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The national interest must be front and centre in any decision on the proposed takeover of miner WMC Resources by the Swiss-based Xstrata, Trade Minister Mark Vaile said today. (The Australian — 10 February, 2005)
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Xstrata’S takeover of uranium and nickel mining company WMC could lead to Australian uranium ending up in nuclear weapons, the Australian Democrats said today. (The Australian — 8 hours ago)
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Four years ago, Peter Costello stunned market observers by blocking the Shell Company’s proposed acquisition of a controlling interest in Woodside Petroleum Limited. The federal Treasurer exercised his powers under the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act to prohibit Shell’s move on the grounds that it would be contrary to the national interest. (The Australian — 21 hours ago)
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