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A type of
which is expected to increase the acquiring company's EPS over a reported
of time. This usually occurs when a
with a higher P/E
acquires a company with a lower P/E ratio,
by combining the cheaper
firm with the higher valuation, or
expectations, of the acquiring firm.
letter of credi...
pro forma invoi...
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