Zephyr Week in Review, 30th September 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was UK banking player Barclays completing a rights issue worth USD 9,874 million. Ireland’s Actavis also completed a purchase of domestic pharmaceuticals maker Warner Chilcott for USD 8,530 million in the week’s second largest M&A transaction. Other targets in the Week in Review include Danske Bank, Brookfield Office Properties and Hub International.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 23rd September 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was US group Applied Materials agreeing to buy its Japanese rival Tokyo Electron in an all-stock merger worth USD 9,299 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 16th September 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was the UK Government offloading a share of Lloyds Banking Group for USD 5,106 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 9th September 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was Koch Industries agreeing the acquisition of Molex for USD 7,200 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 2nd September 2013

Vodafone accounted for the week’s largest M&A deal by value by selling a 45 per cent stake in Verizon Wireless to Verizon for USD 130,040 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 26th August 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was Apache Corporation selling a third of its Egyptian business to Sinopec for USD 3,100 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 19th August 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was Amgen increasing its offer for Onyx Pharmaceuticals in a transaction worth USD 9,700 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 12th August 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was the Pinnacle Entertainment completing the acquisition of Ameristar Casinos for USD 2,800 million.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 5th August 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was Spectra Energy selling assets worth USD 10,000 million to Spectra Energy Partners.

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Zephyr Week in Review, 29th July 2013

The week’s largest M&A deal by value was an increased bid by Michael Dell and Silver Lake for Dell that values the US computing giant at USD 24,900 million.

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