Anadarko Petroleum Corp

+$0.56 (+0.8%)
Closing price August 8, 2019
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The fight between Occidental Petroleum and Chevron to acquire Anadarko Petroleum just took a serious turn. Warren Buffett is now involved.
Anadarko Petroleum's board said Monday morning that it will resume negotiations with Occidental Petroleum following Oxy's $76-per-share bid for Anadarko. The Oxy bid tops a $65 per share offer from...
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Oil exploration and production company Occidental has countered Chevron's $33 billion offer to acquire Anadarko Petroleum with an offer that Oxy claims is 20% better than Chevron's.
Chevron's $33 billion has generated a lot of interest in other companies that might be next to be acquired. But who might be buying?
After the $33 billion purchase of Anadarko Petroleum by integrated giant Chevron, the question for investors is whether there are more deals to come, and the answer appears to be most likely yes.