Going Out – Chinas Strategie Vor Neuen Herausforderungen

by Unternehmeredition
Der Indikator des China Economic Panel (CEP), der die Konjunkturerwartungen internationaler Finanzexperten für China in den nächsten zwölf Monaten wiedergibt, fiel im August von plus 8,8 auf minus 6,0 Punkte. Das gab das Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) Anfang September bekannt. Allerdings ist der Rückgang trotz der Börsen- und Währungsturbulenzen nicht so stark wie zum Jahresanfang, als der CEP-Indikator um 14,2 Zähler auf minus 7,6 Punkte fiel. […] Read more

Going Out – Chinas Strategie Vor Neuen Herausforderungen

by Unternehmeredition
Der Indikator des China Economic Panel (CEP), der die Konjunkturerwartungen internationaler Finanzexperten für China in den nächsten zwölf Monaten wiedergibt, fiel im August von plus 8,8 auf minus 6,0 Punkte. Das gab das Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) Anfang September bekannt. Allerdings ist der Rückgang trotz der Börsen- und Währungsturbulenzen nicht so stark wie zum Jahresanfang, als der CEP-Indikator um 14,2 Zähler auf minus 7,6 Punkte fiel. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – Second Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the second quarter of 2015, Swiss M&A activity continued to decline. As the wave of mega deals grinded to a halt and economic indicators worsened, as the Swiss Franc gained strength, both the number and volume of transactions suffered, dipping well below its long-term historic average. Looking ahead and given the significant decline in M&A activity in recent quarters, the Swiss M&A market is expected to stabilize at Q2 levels. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – Second Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the second quarter of 2015, Swiss M&A activity continued to decline. As the wave of mega deals grinded to a halt and economic indicators worsened, as the Swiss Franc gained strength, both the number and volume of transactions suffered, dipping well below its long-term historic average. Looking ahead and given the significant decline in M&A activity in recent quarters, the Swiss M&A market is expected to stabilize at Q2 levels. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – Second Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the second quarter of 2015, Swiss M&A activity continued to decline. As the wave of mega deals grinded to a halt and economic indicators worsened, as the Swiss Franc gained strength, both the number and volume of transactions suffered, dipping well below its long-term historic average. Looking ahead and given the significant decline in M&A activity in recent quarters, the Swiss M&A market is expected to stabilize at Q2 levels. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – First Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the first quarter of 2015, the number of announced transactions decreased to 137 deals compared to 158 deals in the previous quarter, representing a decline of 13%. In terms of volume, the Swiss M&A market also recorded a decrease with disclosed deal volume totaling CHF 16.1b, which is significantly lower than the CHF 24.3b achieved in the last quarter. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – First Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the first quarter of 2015, the number of announced transactions decreased to 137 deals compared to 158 deals in the previous quarter, representing a decline of 13%. In terms of volume, the Swiss M&A market also recorded a decrease with disclosed deal volume totaling CHF 16.1b, which is significantly lower than the CHF 24.3b achieved in the last quarter. […] Read more

Mergers & Acquisitions Quarterly Switzerland – First Quarter 2015

by Ernst & Young
In the first quarter of 2015, the number of announced transactions decreased to 137 deals compared to 158 deals in the previous quarter, representing a decline of 13%. In terms of volume, the Swiss M&A market also recorded a decrease with disclosed deal volume totaling CHF 16.1b, which is significantly lower than the CHF 24.3b achieved in the last quarter. […] Read more

M&A China/Deutschland: Gesundheit – Chinas Heißer Wachstumsmarkt

by Unternehmeredition
Chinas Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) wuchs 2014 laut dem staatlichen Statistikamt um 7,4%, den niedrigsten Wert seit 1990. Das Wachstumsziel der chinesischen Regierung von 7,5% wurde damit knapp verfehlt. 2013 und 2012 war das BIP jeweils noch um 7,7% gestiegen. Die People’s Bank of China (PBOC) rechnet für 2015 mit einem BIP-Anstieg in Höhe von 7,1%. […] Read more

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