No, and no.Usually when a merger happens, the holders of the acquired company usually get a small premium (0 to 10%, very rarely is it more than that) and the stockholders of the acquiring company see a small decline. But if the merger fails, both companies' stocks plummet in price.Is your company doing the acquiring or being acquired?
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