M&A radar: Hapag-Lloyd – Nothing to see here?

June 2, 2020 Alessandro Pasetti

There are many forms of manipulation in the capital markets, either self-induced or not. And, in some cases, it can end up being a partial oversight on the regulators’ part, particularly when certain situations are protracted in time.
The watchdog seldom boasts even a fraction of the resources that smart money has, let alone the creativity.
So here is a short but timely rant covering all these aspects, which drove me to ...

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