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Un raider a la Maison-Blanche

Un raider à la Maison-Blanche
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Daniel Fortin @dafortin
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Un raider à la Maison-Blanche
Carl Icahn, le célèbre raider américain qui inspira notamment le personnage principal du film "Wall Street" devient le conseiller spécial de Donald Trump pour les affaires économiques. Il reviendra donc à ce milliardaire de 80 ans, investisseur redoutable dans des dizaines d'entreprises pour la plupart dépecées ensuite, de mettre en oeuvre la dérégulation du secteur financier voulue par le futur Président des Etats-Unis. On ne pourra certes pas lui enlever le bénéfice d' une vraie compétence sur le sujet. Les risques de conflits d'intérêts? On n'en est plus là.
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Les VALEURs DU JOUR
Elis

C’est Noël avant l’heure pour les actionnaires d’Elis. Le titre du spécialiste de la blanchisserie industrielle a bondi en tête du SRD dès l’ouverture pour gagner, au plus fort de la séance, jusqu’à 8,9 %. Le groupe a annoncé l'acquisition de deux sociétés, l'une espagnole, Indusal, et l'autre brésilienne, Lavebras, représentant plus de 190 M€ de chiffre d’affaires (soit près de 13 % de celui d’Elis) et plus de 55 M€ d’Ebtida. Le groupe va débourser 510 M€, qui seront notamment financés par une augmentation de capital de 325 millions d'euros. Cette dernière aura un effet positif sur le bénéfice ajusté par action dès 2017. Depuis son introduction en Bourse en février 2015, le titre Elis s’est adjugé 30 %. De quoi donner le sourire aux actionnaires de la première heure et leur permettre de passer de belles fêtes.

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