- Greece has 10 days to agree a deal ahead of next debt deadline
- Merkel ally concerned bailout money will blunt creditor leverage
- Legendary investor Warren Buffett close to biggest-ever deal
- British farming unions hold emergency summit on falling milk prices
The day began with hopes of a Greek debt breakthrough but, as the history of these debt talks shows, there’s a long way to go between the germ of a deal and the signing on the dotted line.
What is certain, for sure, is that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, is on its way to consummating its record takeover, a $37bn bid for an aerospace parts supplier. The sage of Omaha has been busy justifiying the high multiple he is paying for that not so well known company, Precision Castparts.
Warren Buffett has revealed details on CNBC of his company’s $37bn takeover of Precision Castparts, which is not exactly a household name. And he’s admitted that he’s paying a “very high multiple” for the aerospace industry supplier.
Buffett told CNBC’s Squawk Box he made a bid for Precision during the Allen & Co. Sun Valley conference last month.
This is right up there at the top of expensive deals. This a very high multiple for us to pay,” said Buffett.
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