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Bloomberg Markets|June - July 2021
DEALMAKING JUST HAD the best first quarter in more than 20 years. Global mergers-and-acquisitions volume hit $1.1 trillion in the January-through-March period, and the number of deals—14,852—was the highest recorded in any quarter since Bloomberg started compiling deal data in 1998. While M&A soared in every region, North American acquirers led the way, racking up $568 billion of transactions.
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With so much talk on the Street about potential competing offers on deals that are under way, not to mention major changes to previously announced agreements, it can be difficult to stay on top of every corporate action that matters to you.

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