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Tech-retail convergence drives consumer sector M&A
Changing consumer habits and disruptive innovations are inspiring mergers designed to combine the best features from virtual and concrete retailers.
Despite an uptick, China M&A remained sluggish in Q2
Activity was up compared to Q1 2017, but deal value was down by more than half from the peak of Q4 2015.
Healthcare M&A on the road to recovery in Q2
Confidence in pharma M&A is on the rise following a lackluster second half of 2016
Western Europe stages major M&A comeback in Q2
The region secured a host of megadeals despite political volatility, with EU powerhouses leading the way
Private equity storms ahead in Q2
Global buyout activity defies market uncertainty to reach a post-crisis high, as funds deploy record levels of dry powder
Megadeals boost value in Q2 but uncertainty causes deal volume to slide
Despite a slight dip in value for the quarter, deal value is up year-to-date, compared to H1 2016
Technology deals drive Israeli M&A value toward record highs
Innovation is at the heart of the boom in Israeli M&A and the trend is set to continue, according to an exclusive new survey of senior Israeli dealmakers
Midstream deals fuel an oil and gas M&A revival in Q1 2017
As oil prices stabilize around the US$50 mark, dealmakers are coming back to the table
Consumer and cross-border deals spur French M&A in Q1 2017
French dealmakers announced significant outbound megadeals in the first quarter; Macron’s victory could provide a much-needed boost for inbound deals
Technological disruption drives automotive M&A in Q1
Auto sector M&A just hit a seven-year high. But the future could be even brighter, as technology firms seek opportunities within the auto industry
South Korean private equity buyouts bounce back from Q3 2016 dip
PE funds establish themselves within the emerging South Korean market to take advantage of local growth opportunities.