LONDON (MarketWatch) — Shares of Conwert Immobilien Invest SE climbed 8% Monday after Germany’s Deutsche Wohnen AG said it’s planning a takeover of the Austrian real-estate company in a deal that could be worth 1 billion euros ($1.14 billion). Deutsche Wohnen in a statement said it plans to pay a tender price of €11.50 in cash for each Conwert share, which Deutsche Wohnen said represents about a 21.5% premium over the volume-weighted average price over the past six months. Deutsche Wohnen shares slipped 0.3% on Monday.
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