A joint DHL + Mærsk effort – what investors want
From a formidable duo to pale face
Oh Oh Oh XPO… here we go.
Together, yes combined again on a pro-forma basis, worth just over $124.5 a share at one point on Monday* – with GXO down 13.3%; XPO hammered, ? 9.7% – it was easy to refer to the XPO/GXO break-up (Part 1) as a highly problematic thesis to support from a value realisation perspective.
(*Leading the pack as the worst performers in my demo-only/income-growth all-in portfolio, moreover: it was a one-for-one XPO/GXP stock spin-off last summer, hence why ’1 ...
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