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September 9, 2016

What’s Driving Deal Making? – Q3 Review, 2016

by Katherine Massie

Trends in M&A, IPOs, Debt and Loans – Q3 Review,  2016

After a record-breaking year for worldwide deal making  in 2015, 2016 saw merger announcements fall amidst increased stock market volatility, a sharp decrease in the number of  mega deals and an all-time year-to-date record for the dollar volume of failed bids.  In the first half of 2016 worldwide M&A activity totaled US$1.6 trillion, a 19% decrease from comparable 2015 levels and the slowest opening six month period for worldwide deal making in two years.

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