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Bwin.Party Shares Plunge Thursday in Late Day Trading

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Nov/13/2014
Bwin.Party Shares Plunge Thursday in Late Day Trading

Bwin.Party witnessed more than a 12 percent decrease in its share price following a 10 percent rise Wednesday on news that it was in early takeover talks.  The price rose slightly Thursday morning peaking at 121.82 before the late afternoon plunge just shy of 104.

The statement issued Wednesday to the London Stock Exchange entitled "media speculation" said:

“The Board of bwin.party confirms that it has entered into preliminary discussions with a number of interested parties regarding a variety of potential business combinations with a view to creating additional value for bwin.party shareholders. Such discussions may or may not result in an offer being made for the Company.”

Playtech and PokerStars parent Amaya Gaming are widely rumored to be Bwin.Party’s potential suitors.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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