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M&A activity in the mining industry has been muted so far this year, especially in North America. But with valuations so low and good projects to be acquired, does anyone have the guts to buy them?

The impact of economic, industry and product cycles on M&A In a recent M&A study by Deloitte, about 60% of executives interviewed cited "Overstated Revenue Forecast" as the greatest concern in valuing a target. The study goes on to say that "In...

As we enter a new year, the junior sector is showing surprising resilience despite an ongoing financing drought. Of the 81 mining delistings on the TSX and TSX-V in 2013, only 13 were forced to delist because they failed to meet...

2013 M&A deal making started on a strong note with the proposed merger of US Air and American airlines in February. With this deal, American Airlines and US Air hoped to join together to create the world’s largest airline.

Despite relatively robust metal prices, 2012 was an extraordinarily challenging year for the mining industry. Acquisitions completed under a pressure to grow came back to haunt many of the senior producers as capital and operating costs escalated, while juniors were undone by...

We started 2012 with a lot of optimism. There was an abundance of cash at PEGs and on public company balance sheets. Credit markets and business valuations were favorable to well-heeled buyers. What seemed like a perfect year for M&A growth was...

We often highlight articles from our customers that would be interesting and relevant to the Firmex community. Enjoy this in-depth report by David Jasmund of PCE Companies, on Health Care M&A Trends and Drivers. As we await the U.S. Supreme Court review...

Health Care Transaction Activity The total value of health care industry mergers and acquisition transactions within the mid-market as reported by Capital IQ in 2010’s 4th quarter was not as robust as the 3rd quarter, which is surprising based on our expectations....