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Markets Live: Monday, 13th March, 2017

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11:00 am PM11:00amMorning Arlington Morning all PM11:00amWelcome to Markets Live PM11:00amBang on time at 11am Otter Hello Net-chums 11:00 am PM11:00amHave today's pick PM11:01am PM11:01amThat's Amnon Shashua Twattington-Burbage Morning Otter Soundbuy Morgen....... 11:01 am PM11:01amFounder of Mobileye VV75 Amnon making bank PM11:01amWhich may well be about to be taken over by Intel CommentGoesHere Mornin' All PM11:01amMobileye big into driverless cars, of course 11:01 am PM11:02amStory broken in the Israeli press -- TheMarker Patience Happy Monday everyone. OnYourRight Morning all VV75 Should be Mammon as a first name after this deal.. PM11:02amHuge deal: chip giant Intel Autonomous vehicle enters and acquires Israel's Mobileye's largest acquisition ever by an Israeli company. Mobileye Has a market cap of $ 10.5 billion, according to market estimates, Intel will pay for all shares Mobileye amount of 16-15 billion dollars. The two companies are expected to announce the deal in the coming hours.

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Paul Murphy is the founding editor of FT Alphaville and an associate editor of the Financial Times. He joined the FT in London in 2006 as development editor of FT.com, concentrating on the expansion of the online business. Prior to that, he served as the Guardian’s financial editor for seven years. He has also held senior positions in business journalism at the Sunday Business newspaper and the Daily Telegraph. Murphy is a graduate of the London School of Economics.

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