Who Got the Most Out of the Devon Energy Deal?
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The recent move by Devon Energy to merge its midstream operations with Crosstex Energy and its Master limited Partnership Crosstex Energy LP created a lot of clamor in the market. In many ways, this deal was beneficial for all parties involved. But who actually got the best end of the deal? In this segment, Michael explains why Devon may not have had a big market jump like the others -- and why this company is grossly undervalued.
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