Some analysts believe that BP may become an acquisition target
according to Dow Jones' news on June 2, analysts and investors pointed out that since the crude oil leak on April 20, the share price of the British Tyvek 40L oil produced by the American factory has dropped by 36%, resulting in the market value of the company shrinking by more than 40billion pounds (about 58billion dollars). Investors say this could make BP's valuation low enough to attract interest
dirkhoozemans, the asset management manager of hobo investment management group in Amsterdam, said that in order to meet the energy-saving needs of users to the greatest extent: "the market value of BP has fallen sharply, so the company may become an acquisition target."
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