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BHP Group Limited (BHP)

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  • Reuters

    Anglo shareholder LGIM supports break-up plan as BHP circles

    Anglo American shareholder Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) supports the break-up plan announced by the company last week, it said on Monday, as the deadline approaches for BHP Group to log a formal takeover offer. The radical plan to divest Anglo's less profitable coal, nickel, diamond and platinum businesses followed its rejection of two all-share takeover approaches from BHP, the world's biggest listed mining group, which had proposed a $43 billion deal on the condition that Anglo first spins off its South African operations. "The plan outlined by Anglo American is a radical but attractive strategy to create value for long-term investors," said Nick Stansbury, head of climate solutions at LGIM.

  • Bloomberg

    BHP Debates Improved Anglo Bid as Time Runs Out in Takeover Saga

    (Bloomberg) -- With time running out on its $43 billion pursuit of Anglo American Plc, BHP Group faces a critical question: what would it take to draw the smaller company to the negotiating table within the next few days? Most Read from BloombergIran State TV Says ‘No Sign of Life’ at Helicopter Crash SiteEbrahim Raisi, Iranian President Confronting West, Dies at 63Speedier Wall Street Trades Are Putting Global Finance On EdgeChina’s Housing Rescue Too Small to End Crisis, Analysts SaySaudi Crow

  • Reuters

    BHP needs to bid about 32 pounds a share for Anglo, JPMorgan says

    BHP Group would need to boost its latest offer around 30% to reflect fair value for Anglo American and its key copper assets, JPMorgan analysts said in a note. They raised their price target for London-listed Anglo to 27.75 pounds a share after reexamining the value of its copper assets, and said the discount for the shares to the implied value of BHP's offer was at its greatest level, implying the market sees a deal as unlikely. Under UK takeover rules BHP must make a firm offer by May 22, or walk away.