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What: Camelot Information Systems (NYSE: CIS) popped 11% in intraday trading today on takeover speculation.

So what: Broker/dealer Susquehanna says CitiVentures may be considering a takeover of Camelot. Susquehanna said CitiVentures' deal to acquire Ness Technologies (Nasdaq: NSTC), announced two days ago, could indicate more acquisitions are in store. CitiVentures executive Ajit Bhushan, who focuses on information technology investments, joined Camelot's board last year, another reason Susquehanna thinks a takeover could be forthcoming.

Now what: Ness Technologies' stock popped 14% on the deal announcement and is up 21% since rumors of the deal broke last week. Camelot's P/E ratio of 33 is already close to Ness' P/E ratio of 35, though. That begs the question of how much more an acquirer might be willing to pay and suggests there may be limited room for upside.

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