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Stocks fall on Tuesday as uncertainty over a Donald Trump presidency casts a pall over markets.
British American Tobacco announced on Tuesday that it had agreed to purchase the outstanding stake of Reynolds American.
The FTSE 100 led the decline in Europe as dollar earners reversed gains.
Stocks decline on Tuesday morning after President-elect Donald Trump introduces some volatility following comments on the U.S. dollar.
Stock futures decline on Tuesday morning as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May outlines long-awaited plans for Britain's exit from the European Union.
U.S. stock futures and European shares fall as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May calls for a hard Brexit from the European Union.
Investors are preparing for an important Brexit speech from UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
British American Tobacco said Tuesday that it has reached an agreement to buy the remaining stake of Reynolds American it doesn't already own for just under $50 billion.
European stocks fell across the board Tuesday as investors prepare for a key speech on Brexit from U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
The cigarette maker will use the joint venture to push deeper into China as affordability and regulatory pressures bite into developed markets.
The firm upgraded Altria (MO) stock while downgrading shares of Philip Morris (PM).
Nestle, British American Tobacco and Diageo are exploring healthier options as consumers' habits change.
The company is focusing on what it believes to be a less harmful alternative to traditional cigarettes.
U.S. stock futures are higher Tuesday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average looks poised to rise for its seventh session in a row.
Shares in the would-be acquirer have fallen 12% since it announced the offer, eroding the value of the stock component.
Imperial Brands' restructuring hit ahead of new EU rules on cigarette sales overshadowed solid full-year earnings Tuesday, but some investors may be ignoring underlying strengths.
Boutique banks held their own against the bulge bracket, while Qualcomm stuck with a Paul Weiss lawyer who'd only recently joined the firm.
An arbitrageur handicaps the recent frenzy the mega-deals including British American Tobacco/Reynolds, AT&T/Time Warner, Janus/Henderson and Qualcomm/NXP.
British American Tobacco is on the cusp of becoming the world's largest tobacco company, making it the most attractive play on trends transforming the industry.
Jim Cramer ponders why M&A is just the start of the story and also wonders what a Democratic sweep would do to the markets.
M&A may dominate headlines, but investors need to watch earnings as well, says Jim Cramer.
Camel cigarette maker Reynolds received a $47 billion offer from British American Tobacco. Reynolds is one of America's most iconic companies. Below is an ad from RJR Reynolds in 1946.
Deal news has been downbeat this year -- but they are getting done.
A choppy afternoon of trading ended with stocks narrowly mixed on Friday as Microsoft MSFT pulled markets in one direction and General Electric GE in the other.
Reynolds American will now consider a $47 billion buyout from British American Tobacco just two days after its CEO announced her impending retirement.
British American Tobacco's $47 billion offer to purchase Reynolds American could face hurdles from shareholders as well as regulators.
Stocks are mixed on Friday as Microsoft pushes the Nasdaq higher and General Electric drags on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
M&A news is dominating the market, with three potential deals reportedly in the works.