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Author: Idlerich Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 130  
Subject: Re: break up fee Date: 12/3/1999 11:21 AM
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If this is so, and I agree that it is, AND from other sources we know that:

1) TBFC is worth more per share than EGRP due to better earnings and growth prospects. (Therefore if the merger does not go through then TBFC shares benefit); and

2) EGRP recognized this as they offered approximately 1.05 shrs of EGRP for each 1 of TBFC. (Therefore if the merger does go through TBFC shares benefit, given the stock price now)

WHY IS THE STOCK PRICE STILL $6 less than EGRP????

Can anyone help me understand this inconsistency???

Thanks,
(Someday I want to be) IDLERICH
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