2 months Given how AMD and Xilinx are to merger with 1.7234 AMD shares per Xilinx share, how will that affect holders of Xilinx options post merger? Reddit    

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The title pretty much explains it. Given this odd trade, how will it pan out for Xilinx option holders? I currently see a few options..

  • It becomes an AMD option in a 1 to 1 conversion – If so, that would constitute a loss.

  • It gets sold at market price. If so, then it will also potentially mean a loss

  • It converts to AMD options in a 1 to 1.7234 conversion and then the excess will go back to the buyer. If so what's the amount that goes back to the buyer?

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