Celgene takeover by Bristol Myers

On November 21, Bristol Myers (BMY) took over Celgene (CELG). I own CELG in two accounts and after an One Step Update I updated the account which held
the least number of shares by automatically accepting the Quicken figures. However, it did not delete all the Celgene stock, so I ended up with both Celgene and Bristol Meyers. Since this was incorrect I got rid of it and lo aded a backup from the day before so unfortunately I no longer have the exa ct information from Quicken to pass on.
For my shares of CELG I received a cash payout, received rights to buy BMY at a certain price, and received the same number of shares of BMY as I orig inally had of CELG. How do I enter this and delete CELG so I do not lose an y financial information?
Thank you. Caryl
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If I understand correctly, you received: 1) A Return of Capital on CELG (cash payout) 2) Some BMY Options 3) One share of BMY for each share of CELG that you held
You may need 3 investment transactions: 1) Return of Capital 2) Grant Employee Stock Option (even though you're not an employee) 3) Corporate Acquisition (stock for stock)
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On Monday, November 25, 2019 at 12:06:42 PM UTC-5, Bartt wrote:

Thank you for your help. I had no problem with adding numbers 1 and 3 but h ave questions about the Grant Employee Stock Option, number 2 above. On the screen it asks for the exercise price but that does not exist. I was given rights at 2.06 but there is no exercise price as investors are speculating that the BMY stock will soar should the pipeline from CELG be a success. T he rights fluctuate daily as BMY does. Perhaps I should just add this as a stock as done on the brokerage statement?
Thanks again--I appreciate your advice.
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On Monday, November 25, 2019 at 5:50:28 PM UTC-5, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

have questions about the Grant Employee Stock Option, number 2 above. On t he screen it asks for the exercise price but that does not exist. I was giv en rights at 2.06 but there is no exercise price as investors are speculati ng that the BMY stock will soar should the pipeline from CELG be a success. The rights fluctuate daily as BMY does. Perhaps I should just add this as a stock as done on the brokerage statement?

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On 2019-11-24 23:15:24 +0000, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com said:

https://community.quicken.com/discussion/7863856/bristol-myers-squibb-celgene-acquisition
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