Thyssen CEO says sale of submarine unit possible

ThyssenKrupp would consider a sale of the group's military submarine business under certain conditions, the German steel maker's chief executive told daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

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ThyssenKrupp rejects speculation of sale of its Steel Europe business

A company spokesman of multinational conglomerate corporation ThyssenKrupp said it will be keeping its Steel Europe business, rejecting speculation on divesting the asset in the efforts to restructure the German company.

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ThyssenKrupp's USD1.2 billion share sale not enough for turnaround - analysts

Analysts thought that ThyssenKrupp latest fundraising efforts, which was a USD1.2 billion share sale, was not enough to turn the company around from its dire financial straits.

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Finland's Outokumpu announces rights issue, divests assets

Finnish stainless steel maker Outokumpu said it planned to raise 650 million euros ($885 million) through a rights issue and divest assets back to ThyssenKrupp as it looks shore up its finances.

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ThyssenKrupp to divest its steel plant in the US for up to USD1.5 billion - sources

In an article on Reuters, two unidentified sources were cited saying that ThyssenKrupp is set to divest its US steel plant and expects to obtain around USD1.5 billion from its asset sale.

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Europe's biggest activist investor sees burst of M&A deals in 2014

Christer Gardell, who co-founded Europe's biggest activist investor Cevian Capital, expects a burst of activity in mergers and acquisitions next year as corporate confidence returns.

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Top deals of the Day - Bids, Mergers and Acquisitions

The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Wednesday including Telefonica Deutschland, Devon Energy, Metro AG, Devon Energy Corp and others

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ThyssenKrupp denies reported sale of automotive unit

Germany based ThyssenKrupp denied a Focus report regarding a potential sale of its automotive unit.

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ThyssenKrupp gets break, obtains extension of credit lines

In a move designed to avoid default, ThyssenKrupp was able to receive an extension of its credit lines from banks before its planned share sale.

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ThyssenKrupp CFO says sale of Americas units still a go

According to ThyssenKrupp CFP Guido Kerkhoff, there are still plans to sell off its Americas units, under certain conditions.

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ThyssenKrupp denies report of cancelling Steel Americas sale

Germany's steel maker ThyssenKrupp denied reports of having cancelled the sale of Steel Americas.

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Sources say CSN wants US mill included in deal

According to sources, CSN might call off the deal with German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp if the its Alabama plant would not be included in the offer.

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German authorities raid EADS, ThyssenKrupp joint venture

Atlas Elektronik and Rheinmetall Defence Electronics were raided by German authorities in relation to bribery accusations on a submarine equipment order.

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ThyssenKrupp mulls sale of Arizona Steel Americas plant as Brazil plant sale stalls: sources

Sources said ThyssenKrupp was considering the sale of its plant in Arizona as its Steel Americas sale stalled.

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Sale of ThyssenKrupp's steel mill in Brazil not looming - source

According to a source, the sale of ThyssenKrupp's Brazilian steel mill was not imminent.

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