BERLIN — The German consumer products group Henkel KG has reportedly made a bid of up to $5.2 billion for Wella AG. All dollar figures are calculated from the Euro at current exchange rates.
According to press reports Monday, industry sources said Henkel has offered between $68.60 and $78.40 for each Wella share. The takeover rumors boosted Wella’s share price, which jumped almost 55 percent to trade between $48.20 and $53.90 on Monday after closing at $38.61 Friday.
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