Law360 (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Deal-making in 2019 will ride continued favorable economics for a steady start to the year amid growing global geopolitical tensions, with corporations looking at transformative tie-ups under the watchful eyes of shareholder activists and private equity firms mulling big-ticket buyouts.
The more tepid outlook for M&A in 2019 calls for the level of deals seen in 2018 to chug on into the first half of the year before acquirers are expected to start to succumb to factors like stock market volatility, rising interest rates and the effects of protectionist policies like tariffs.
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