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Global dealmaking braces for dry spell as boardrooms put expansion on hold

Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February and fears that an economic recession is looming dealt a blow to merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the second quarter.

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M&A activity in the United States plunged 40% to $456 billion in the second quarter, while Asia Pacific was down 10%, Dealogic data showed.

Global dealmaking is entering an arid season as raging and a stock market rout curb the appetite of many boards to expand through acquisitions.

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First Published: Sat, June 25 2022. 22:24 IST

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