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Currency wars

1 May 2019 By John Foley

The Texan shale producer’s stock has slumped since it offered $38 bln for its rival. The tie-up would rely on cutting costs in a single region, unlike a lower rival bid from Chevron. Yet even if Anadarko shareholders discount Oxy’s stock and planned savings, they’ll do better.

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