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With in-bound dealmaking at a 10-year low, the door to foreign debt and capital will remain locked until the crisis in Ukraine is resolved.
Modest loan guarantees Russia offered to 199 entities, including Gazprom, Lukoil and Rosneft, may prove too small to reassure lenders.
Shares in the Australian mining equipment maker close down 36% on news that commodity price volatility had hampered its suitors' ability to secure financing.
The Japanese and Thai groups' agreement reflects a Chinese government drive to inject private-sector know-how into state-controlled enterprises.
The $1.7 billion agreement with controlling shareholders of the Russian drilling company represents an 81% premium to Monday's closing price.
RWE agrees to take back its oil and gas unit's U.K. assets if Britain imposes sanctions on buyer LetterOne or its Russian backers.
Project delays, cancellations and budget cuts could provide opportunities for well-capitalized oil companies.
Shares in CIMB, the lead lender in a proposed three-way merger, surge as reports point to the deal collapsing.
The investor plans to call a shareholder meeting to replace Brian O'Cathain with a former Schlumberger executive and to install Worldview CEO Moskov on the board.
The resort operator's board is expected to back the $1.1 billion bid within days after Andrea Bonomi, teamed with KKR, pulls a rival offer.