Janus Capital (JNS) volatility flat into merger with Henderson Group
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Investment management firms Henderson Group PLC (HNDGF) and Janus Capital (NYSE: JNS) announced an all share merger aimed at widening their distribution reach. The combined company will be named Janus Henderson Global Investors PLC and Henderson and Janus shareholders are expected to own 57% and 43% respectively. Janus October call option implied volatility is at 36, November is at 35; compared to its 52-week range of 17 to 52.
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