Buying Abacus means the 'Asianisation of Sabre.'

Getting Abacus’ 11 shareholder airlines to agree to sell is one thing, getting agreement on the right deal that would please everyone is another. Under the agreement, Sabre Corporation will buy the remaining 65% stake in Abacus from its shareholder airlines for a net cash consideration of $411 million. It seems a natural evolution of the partnership – Sabre has had a 35% stake in Abacus for some time and a lot of its technology already powers the Asia/Pacific GDS – and it was really only a matter of time when it would leverage its position...

Confluence Investment Management Llc Increased Ace Limited (NYSE:ACE) by $44.70 Million as Shares Rose

  1. Out of 16 analysts covering Delphi Automotive LLP (NYSE:DLPH), 16 rate it “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 2 “Hold”. This means 89% are positive. $105 is Spears Abacus Advisors Llc, a New York-based fund reported 544,825 shares. Since March 3, 2015, the
  2. Spears Abacus Advisors Llc owns 404,093 shares or 4.78% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Cornerstone Investment Partners Llc has Out of 10 analysts covering ACE Limited (NYSE:ACE), 8 rate it “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 2 “Hold”. This means 80% are positive.
  3. fibres facilities — should underpin robust bottom-line growth in the years ahead. The abacus bashers expect the business to chalk up a 10% earnings advance in 2016 alone, leaving Low & Bonar changing hands on a very-attractive P/E rating of 10.8