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HP Vs. Xerox: 4 Key Financial Metrics In The Takeover Fight

We take a look at the financials that are playing a central role in Xerox's bid to acquire rival HP.

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In determining that Xerox's offer "is not in the best interests of HP shareholders," HP's board said it considered issues "including the potential impact of outsized debt levels on the combined company’s stock."

While Xerox would need to secure significant debt financing for the acquisition of HP, the company already had $5.15 billion in total debt as of its latest quarter. By contrast, HP had a lower amount of total debt than Xerox—$5.06 billion as of its latest quarter—despite being the far larger company.

 
 
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