Deal Makers Notched Nearly $3.5 Trillion Worth in ’14, Best in 7 Years

Deals worth nearly $3.5 trillion were announced, a performance favored by low interest rates and high stock prices.

Deals worth nearly $3.5 trillion were announced, a performance favored by low interest rates and high stock prices.

Source:: Deal Makers Notched Nearly $3.5 Trillion Worth in ’14, Best in 7 Years

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