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Subject: Re: Any opinions on valuation of GSBNZ? Date: 6/9/1998 8:31 AM
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Thanks for your response. I read on a Yahoo board that the 85% of payout received by shareholders will be used to buy shares of GSB stock once everything is settled. I don't know if this is true or not - it doesn't really make a lot of sense. I just figured once they collected the money GSBNZ shareholders would be paid and the symbol would be retired. I haven't received the document everyone else is referring to. Hopefully that will answer all of these questions.

Also, in regards to GSBs future, what does everyone think the likelihood of GSB being acquired by one of the larger banks? I think the company has always been an attractive takeover candidate but the litigation has held that up. Now that it has been spun off to shareholders the door is open.
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