ITV News Business Editor spoke to AstraZeneca shareholder and fund manager Neil Woodford this evening, who said he was "delighted by the resolve of the board" and happy with their decision to reject the takeover bid.
My News at Ten live didn't happen. Had planned to set out detail of my chat with Neil Woodford - another fund manager staying loyal to AZ.
Woodford's stake in AstraZeneca "below 1%" but he was buying shares today. His bet: not on Pfizer's return "deal is dead" but AZ's future.
Value of Woodford's stake in AstraZeneca fell 11% today but he was "delighted by the resolve of the board, it was right to reject the bid".
Pfizer has until Monday until it admits defeat in bidding for AstraZeneca. But after the shenanigans of the past few days we cannot be sure.
AstraZeneca's share price is tumbling back down to earth after the board rejected a "final" Pfizer bid. So is the takeover really over?
Sweden's Finance Minister says the Government should be "very, very sceptical" about any promises the US pharmaceutical giant makes.