“It just keeps getting worse for Wall Street. After a record-breaking year for corporate hookups last year, U.S. merger activity has fallen 40% this year….” Today’s article highlights the slowdown in corporate mergers in the first three months of the year, a concerning sign in light of the fact that “last year, a record $4.86 trillion in corporate wedding vows were exchanged around the world — the highest in history.” Moreover, the author points out “it’s not just merger activity that is showing signs of a slowdown.” How did the last three months fare in terms of global IPOs and debt activity? CLICK HERE to find out.
Slow Quarter For Corporate Weddings. Cause For Concern?
- by Bob Mitchell