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M&A Tops $2.2 Trillion in First Yearly Rise Since 2007

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Mergers and acquisitions rose for the first year since 2007, potentially marking the start of a new, multiyear M&A cycle in which emerging economies account for a bigger share of global dealmaking.

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M&A Tops $2.2 Trillion in First Yearly Rise Since 2007

M&A Tops $2.2 Trillion in First Yearly Rise Since 2007

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Mergers and acquisitions rose for the first year since 2007, potentially marking the start of a new, multiyear M&A cycle in which emerging economies account for a bigger share of global dealmaking.

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M&A Tops $2.2 Trillion in First Yearly Rise Since 2007

Spain Banks’ ECB Borrowing Surges to Record High

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Borrowing by Spanish banks from the European Central Bank surged in June to a new record high, indicating tight access to funding before the expiry of 442 billion euros in one-year ECB loans at the start of July.

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Spain Banks’ ECB Borrowing Surges to Record High