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thought the gap was unusual He says the deal was leaked a few weeks ago to gauge the Treasury Departments reaction Last week Treasury released new rules to limit tax inversions But Kedra and others say none of those rules will do anything to stop the Pfizer-Allergan deal He says investors may be overly skeptical "Its a larger than usual gap" says Kedra "But other than an act of Congress which I dont think will happen the deal gets done" Despite the wide gap some are saying investors arent actually all that skeptical Recently a number of large deals have been trading at larger than usual gaps Thats in part because of the high volume of deals Once a deal is announced so-called merger arbitrage hedge funds typically jump in buying the shares of the company being acquired and shorting the stock of the company doing the acquisition The pressure of that buying and shorting usually narrows the gap between the stock price of the acquirer and the target company But while merger activity has boomed this year and now stands at an all-time high the money in merger arbitrage funds has not kept up Thats left less money to go around to arbitrage away the gaps "Arbs cant control the spreads like they used to" says Gorsky This article originally appeared on Fortunecom Contact us at editors@timecomBerlin: Germany ended months of political uncertainty Sunday when Chancellor Angela Merkel gained the support needed to preserve her governing coalition and secure a fourth term as leader of Europe’s most powerful economy The centre-left Social Democrats voted overwhelmingly to remain in a coalition with Merkel’s conservative bloc after difficult and drawn-out negotiations triggered by September’s elections which saw the rise of a new right-wing force in German politics and raised questions about Merkel’s future File image of German Chancellor Angela Merkel AP Parliament is expected to meet on 14 March to re-elect Merkel as chancellor ending the longest time Germany has been without a new government after elections in its postwar history Merkel has drawn flak from both left and right for maintaining an unabashedly centrist course since taking office in 2005 With the coalition approved she can now turn her attention to tackling rising anti-immigrant sentiment in Germany while pushing forward efforts to reform the stumbling European Union "I congratulate the SPD on this clear result and look forward to continuing to work together for the good of our country" she said on Twitter Merkel’s survival drew cheers from her allies at home and abroad with French president Emmanuel Macron declaring it "good news for Europe" "France and Germany will work together in the coming weeks to develop new initiatives and advance the European project" Macron said in a statement Belgian prime minister Charles Michel expressed hope that the end of Germany’s six-month political limbo would allow the EU to step up efforts to deal with such issues as immigration security and trade In a veiled reference to the United States under President Donald Trump Michel cited the threat of protectionism the weakening of international cooperation and the issue of climate change as challenges the 28-nation bloc must face Merkel who has proved herself a shrewd international negotiator during more than 12 years in office faced her greatest challenge at home after deciding to allow over a million asylum-seekers into Germany since 2015 An anti-migrant party came in third in last year’s election upending Germany’s traditional coalition calculus With Merkel’s bloc and the second-place Social Democrats in government the right-wing Alternative for Germany or AfD now represents the biggest opposition party in Parliament giving it a prominent platform to attack the chancellor Its leaders have vowed to "hunt" Merkel though so far AfD’s novice lawmakers have stood out mainly by failing to grasp parliamentary procedures and putting forward motions all other parties reject The Social Democrats were initially reluctant to extend their coalition with Merkel but eventually agreed to a deal that gives them control of the foreign labour and finance ministries — three major portfolios — in return for supporting curbs on immigration Conservatives in Merkel’s bloc have demanded the country of about 80 million take-ups in no more than about 200000 migrants a year Immigration is expected to be a key issue in this fall’s state election in Bavaria where Merkel’s allies fear the fallout from her open-door policies Some within the Social Democratic Party particularly on the left had argued that the party wouldn’t benefit from propping up Merkel for another term In the end though two-thirds of its 464000 members voted in favour of the coalition deal Had the long-time German leader faced a "no" result she would have been left with only two realistic options: forming a minority government or seeking a new election "This was a really important democratic decision for our country" said acting Social Democrat leader Olaf Scholz who is in line to become Germany’s next finance minister and Merkel’s deputy The party will put forward six names for ministerial posts in the coming days In a first step at rejuvenating her party Merkel has already named several up-and-coming figures to replace veteran ministers in the next Cabinet and backed Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer for a key post at the top of the party in what some commentators say could signal Merkel’s preferred successor Although Apple and Samsung will be the two tech titans squaring off in Judge Lucy Koh’s San Jose courtroom on Monday,Neither Western sanctions nor Ukrainian protests have stopped Russia from annexing Crimea. 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