Forwarding M&A round-up: plenty of action making smaller headlines
DSV tends to claim the M&A headlines – and now all eyes are on the ...
I am not a big fan of charts, but certain trends are undeniable, and are, happily, there for all of us to see.
In other words, either the fall in value of all the major companies on my radar in the T&L space represents a bargain-basement opportunity ? or there could be real trouble ahead.
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(In the basic chart above are shown the performances of DSV, Panalpina, K+N, Expeditors, CH Robinson, XPO, Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd and the DJTA)
There are several ways ...
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