The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Wednesday.
Egypt, after two years of political unrest, is nearing the completion of its deal with the International Monetary Fund.
Bank of Japan sets purchase ceiling of 140 billion yen for J-REITS.
The FTSE Emerging Markets index fell 1.7 % on Tuesday.
LongRivers Partners to make a new bid for water utilities firm Severn Trent Plc.
Hulu received a hefty number of bidders giving bids of more than a billion for a piece of it.
Redefine Properties will be selling off its Hyprop Investments shareholdings after it gained controlling shareholdings in a rival property firm.
Darby's DLAMF II invests US$15 million in Alta Rail Technology.
Medifox Group to grow with ECM Equity at the helm.
Sunstone Hotel purchases the iconic Boston Park Plaza for US$250 million.
CMIA to invest in China agricultural businesses and industries through its US$150 million fund.
Private equity CVC Capital Partners, which owns Formula One, is reportedly eyeing online gambling group Betfair, according to reports.
Italian mobile phone operator Wind is set to step up its technology with a $1.3 billion investment on building a fourth generation (4G) mobile broadband network.
European private equity firm AXA Private Equity has sold its majority stake in Aixam Mega to Polaris Industries, a US in group specializing in powersports.
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