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Corporate Spinoffs Expected to Grow Next Year, Study Finds

by / Thursday, 11 December 2014 / News Category DEAL BOOK

An analysis by two consultancies, the Edge and Deloitte, found that such corporate breakups add, on average, 14 percent to a parent company’s stock price by a year after the move, while the spun-off entity enjoys a 22 percent rise in its own shares.

Source:: Corporate Spinoffs Expected to Grow Next Year, Study Finds

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