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Newton’s third law perfectly applies to Royal Mail (RMG) and private equity – the more RMG falls, testing new record lows almost daily in the past 10 weeks, the higher its appeal for opportunistic financiers backed by private equity capital and large borrowings.

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Apart from unfunded liabilities considerations, its net financial debt position is negligible. Playing the capital arbitrage card – more debt, less equity – is a pretty obvious option with RMG, as some company insiders put it before the ...

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