easyJet


easyJet to raise £1.2bn after rejecting a largely undervalued takeover bid

09/09/21 -"easyJet has turned down an unsolicited preliminary takeover approach and proposed a rights issue of £1.2bn, representing one third of its current market cap, to strengthen its financial positions and ..."

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09/09/21
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