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9 Nov 2021 By Robert Cyran

The rental car firm inked a $20 bln valuation, including debt, in its stock deal. A rise in travel and surge in Avis’s shares helps justify the price. But a car shortage restrains growth and ride-sharing is still a secular threat, and Hertz is now worth more than in 2019.

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