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Comcast (CMCSA) recently announced that it was buying Dreamworks Animation (DWA) for $41 a share. But for the past few days, Dreamworks stock has traded for much less, in the $39 range. Why do stocks trade lower than the buyout price? Wouldn't this amount to a guaranteed 2.5% return in buying DWA stock now for when the buyout closes later this year?
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