The global mergers and acquisitions market is quickly and impressively rebounding from the loss in deal activity it suffered in the months following the March 11 declaration of the pandemic. April and May reached historic lows, and even June — which might be considered the beginning of the recovery we are seeing now — saw the lowest monthly volume of any month since Feb. 2017. Now, things are already starting to look much better, if not better than “normal” by some measures. October global M&A volume ($392 billion) reached the highest monthly level since December 2019, the fifth highest ...
Nov. 16, 2020, 10:40 AM
ANALYSIS: The Winners (and Losers) in a Rebounding M&A Market
Grace Maral Burnett