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In early 2000, OCLI shares will convert to .9ish shares of JDSU. Because JDSU will split in late Dec 1999, does that mean our shares of OCLI ($219 on 12-6-99) will only be worth 1/2 of the value of JDSU at the time of the merger? I am worried that we have NOT bought OCLI at a discount to the higher JDSU valuation! Can anybody clarify this important issue?
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