Global Deals Review: Q3 2011

Morning commuters pass by the New York Stock Exchange, August 18, 2011. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

M&A activity slows to a trickle

NEW YORK/LONDON - Mergers and acquisitions slowed significantly in the third quarter, stymied by economic uncertainty that stifled the confidence and growth horizons of corporate executives, according to Wall Street dealmakers.  Full Article 

A flag hangs on the wall of the JP Morgan company stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York July 15, 2010.REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

JPMorgan takes top spot in U.S. league tables

NEW YORK - JPMorgan Chase has jumped to the top spot in U.S. league tables from No. 5 last year, racing ahead of archrivals Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs on $353.5 billion worth of deals involving U.S. companies so far this year.  Full Article 

A picture illustration of coins from various countries laying on 10 Dollar and 100 kuna banknotes, taken in Zagreb January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

Buyout deals slump in turbulent financing markets

LONDON/NEW YORK - Tough financing markets and market turbulence are causing sellers to shelve deals mid-auction or postpone sales, drying up private equity dealmaking with little hope of recovery any time soon.  Full Article 


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