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In reply to: snapper on Monday 12/11/07 05:21pm

I bought The Age (18/12/) and in Business Day Industrials (listing of stocks) MBL is still listed as trading at $103.8 (+0.52c on trading as at 17/12). I thought that MBL had stopped trading when it changed to MQG. Would anybody has some explanation???? wacko.gif

 
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G'day
Our MBL holdings still appear on portfolio as MBL with the price as per the last trade as MBL
It has not changed to MQG
I rung broker ( Macquarie direct trade )and was told its up to Chess to get around to in their own sweet time
Is this true ?
Have other holders records been updated ?
Garry

 
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In reply to: eiffage21 on Saturday 10/11/07 09:43am

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In reply to: smee on Tuesday 06/11/07 04:30pm

group is split into 2 parts: Investment Banking and Non-Investment Banking. The latter falls under the aussie regulations similar to the local banks. The investment banking side has more freedom in terms of capital requirements and can pursue more acquisitions; also has raised lots of new debt capital which it is can draw down as and when required.

No change for shareholders as they receive 1 new MQG for each MBL share.

 

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Would anyone be able to direct me to analysis of the restructure - I don't understand what the change means - thanks.

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PaulB
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In reply to: auroraoz on Thursday 25/10/07 07:21am

The new ASX code is MQG.



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Debt crisis - what crisis?

WAS it a portent? Chicken was served yesterday at a lunch in Sydney held by the tory think-tank CEDA. Macquarie's number two deal-doer Michael Carapiet delivered quite a nice little run-through on the history of investment banking. But when it got to the meaty issue of the effects of the debt crisis, Carapiet declined to field a question from the press, specifically, a City Beat operative. Dorothy Dixers only.

Carapiet's third slide was "Debt Crisis - What Crisis?" He did admit that markets were difficult but Macquarie's model was naturally different from others. Word is that the bank had sought $14 billion in new debt funding as part of its looming deal to split and set up a non-operating holding company, a more than respectable fishing mission given the tight credit conditions. Where that lazy $8 billion will end up, or how it could be shuffled through the Macquarie maze is anyone's guess - but there will be some big bets on the way.


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In reply to: daggie on Thursday 04/10/07 10:18am

That is good news.



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