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Wall Street mega-deals are back

Business Insider Reggie BushReggie Bush
Friday, 10 November 2017 ()

Wall Street mega-deals are back· *Mega-deal M&A transactions worth over $10 billion are surging back after a largely dormant first half off the year.*
· *Wall Street bankers say an improving global economy and confidence in the regulatory environment are playing a role. *
· *The looming threat of super-corporations like Amazon has many large companies...
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