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Emiliano Mellino

Finnish utility Elenia lines up bankers for sale that could be worth $2.7 billion: sources

Jan 13 2016

LONDON The majority shareholders of Finnish electricity distributor Elenia Oy have lined up Goldman Sachs and Citi to sell the business, in what could be one of Europe's biggest infrastructure deals this year, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Finnish utility Elenia lines up bankers for sale that could be worth $2.7 bln -sources

Jan 13 2016

LONDON, Jan 13 The majority shareholders of Finnish electricity distributor Elenia Oy have lined up Goldman Sachs and Citi to sell the business, in what could be one of Europe's biggest infrastructure deals this year, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

French regional airport privatisation to kick off in February - sources

Jan 08 2016

LONDON, Jan 8 The French government will launch the privatisation process for its regional airports in February after completing the tender specifications at the end of January, said three sources familiar with the sale.

Germany's Linde launches sale of logistics unit Gist

Jan 08 2016

FRANKFURT/LONDON Germany's Linde is launching the sale of its temperature-controlled logistics unit Gist in a deal potentially worth more than $875 million, as it streamlines its operations to focus on its core industrial gases operations, two people familiar with the matter said.

Shell sees BG deal working with oil at $50 for two years - sources

Jan 07 2016

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has told investors its purchase of BG can work even if oil prices average $50 a barrel for two years, its lowest estimate to date as it seeks to secure shareholder support for the $51 billion (35 billion pounds) deal amid plunging crude markets.

Shell sees BG deal working with oil at $50 for two years - sources

Jan 07 2016

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has told investors its purchase of BG can work even if oil prices average $50 a barrel for two years, its lowest estimate to date as it seeks to secure shareholder support for the $51 billion deal amid plunging crude markets.

Shell sees BG deal working with oil at $50 for two years: sources

Jan 07 2016

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has told investors its purchase of BG can work even if oil prices average $50 a barrel for two years, its lowest estimate to date as it seeks to secure shareholder support for the $51 billion deal amid plunging crude markets.

Germany's Linde launches sale of logistics unit Gist

Jan 07 2016

FRANKFURT/LONDON Germany's Linde is launching the sale of its temperature-controlled logistics unit Gist in deal potentially worth more than $875 million, as it streamlines its operations to focus on its core industrial gases operations, two people familiar with the matter said.

Bumpy year drags U.S. share listings back to 2009 levels

Dec 21 2015

LONDON New share listings in the United States has their worst year since 2009, Thomson Reuters data showed on Tuesday, as a number of deals were pulled or priced below their initial range.

Bumpy year drags U.S. share listings back to 2009 levels

Dec 21 2015

LONDON New share listings in the United States has their worst year since 2009, Thomson Reuters data showed on Tuesday, as a number of deals were pulled or priced below their initial range.

World News

Boris Johnson is expected to be named Britain's next PM

Boris Johnson is expected to be elected leader of Britain's governing Conservative Party and the next prime minister on Tuesday, tasked with following through on his "do or die" pledge to deliver Brexit in just over three months time.