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To: JDN who wrote (6992)7/3/2000 11:56:35 PM
From: Sonny McWilliamsRead Replies (1) of 11568
 
JDN. You are right. It's the analysts that put the price forward on a possible DT bid for Sprint.

I heard this afternoon on CNBC that this uprising against DT in the Congress may only be sabre rattling. The reporter said that a Republican controlled Congress would not stop a merger. I guess that reporter had not read that bipartisan letter yet. Even Sen. Lott, R. is on board.

As I wrote earlier. Why should DT be able to buy Sprint, no matter what the situation, if the EU and the DOJ are against a WCOM/Sprint merger? Especially since WCOM was going to sell Sprint's internet service and maybe even their long distance service. It would not make sense imo and I believe that a DT/Sprint merger will not happen. But stranger things have happened. gg.

Ot. One fund manager mentioned today that they are holding AOL in their fund and it could be bought here. They are expecting AOL to go back to its old high after the merger. I can't remember the fund.

Sonny
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