A market for three?
The US government declares war to “corporate deserters”
Shortly after Syngenta’s Michel Demare rebuffed a $46 bn proposal from Monsanto last August, the Swiss group’s chairman predicted that there would have been more dealmaking to come in the agribusiness industry. He could have not been more right. On Thursday the 12th of May emerged that Bayer AG, the German chemical and drugs group, […]
An Italian Revenge
White House’ s efforts to deter tax inversion deals saw the US drugs giant Pfizer abandon its $160 billion pursuit of botox maker Allergan on Wednesday the 6th of April. The collapse of the deal brought the total level of abandoned deals this year to its highest since the eve of the financial crisis, peaking at […]
The Banking Sector: Mean Reverting or Momentum?
Davide Campari – Milano S.p.a., an iconic Italian beverage brand, had traced its origin and fortune in a common daily act widely spreads in Italy, well-known as aperitif. The Group was founded in 1860 and nowadays is the world sixth-largest player in the premium spirits industry. During the early ‘90s, the rapid consolidation of the […]
The banking sector has been one of the most discussed among regulators, journalists and practitioners across the globe in the last 10 years. This article aims to analyse a dual simple systematic trading strategies for both USA and EU (EMU area) banking sector. We select the following 10 banks for the European market: Unicredit, Intesa […]