Breakfast Deals

DataRoom AM: Origin Energy's pipeline possibilities

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The Origin Energy-led APLNG consortium rethinks plans to sell its Queensland pipeline, while Colin Barnett's WA privatisation agenda hits a snag.

DataRoom AM: UGL's secret suitor

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UGL is reportedly being circled by one of its major Australian rivals, while speculation mounts that Solomon Lew will soon make a play for Myer.

DataRoom AM: Caltex on the hunt

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Caltex appears to have acquisitions on its mind, while Asian companies eye the Australian health and food market.

DataRoom AM: Esanda on the move

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ANZ clears the path for the auction of a big slice of its car leasing subsidiary, while Lend Lease enters the race for Crown Castle Australia.

DataRoom AM: Atlas aftermath

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The collapse in the iron ore prices continues to reverberate throughout the industry, while Baby Bunting takes its first steps towards an IPO.

DataRoom AM: Preying on Atlas

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Atlas Iron does its best to fend off distressed debt predators, while speculation mounts of a China play for Fortescue.

DataRoom AM: M&A musings

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Shell's play for BG Group ignites speculation about takeover targets, while Apache offloads the remainder of its Australian assets.

DataRoom AM: NAB's divestment division

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NAB executives are said to be split over whether to offload the bank’s local life insurance division, while ANZ drives ahead with the partial sale of its $16bn Esanda leasing business.

DataRoom AM: Back to Bradken

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A familiar name runs the ruler over mining services group Bradken, while Coles considers its options following the sale of GE Money.

DataRoom AM: Popular PanAust

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Speculation is mounting that X2 Resources has its eye on copper miner PanAust, while valuations for BHP's spin-off head south.

DataRoom AM: Mining misery

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Mining contractor Macmahon Holdings pleads with lenders not to abandon its debt facility, while Providence looks to be a frontrunner in the race for Crown Castle Australia.

DataRoom AM: ANZ’s Asian expansion plans

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ANZ signals it's still interested in merging with Standard Chartered, while Bain Capital prepares to press the button on what could be the biggest float of the year with its listing of MYOB.

DataRoom AM: Nine's Ticketek opportunity

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Nine receives an unsolicited bid for for Ticketek, while UBS notches up yet another block trade win.

DataRoom AM: Heinz gobbles up Kraft

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Heinz and Kraft agree to a $50bn merger, while ANZ joins the race for Royal Bank of Scotland's Asia-Pacific assets.

DataRoom AM: Costa on the block

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Costa Group spruiks its wares ahead of a trade sale, while forgotten Ten suitors once again make their pitches following Discovery's exit from the chase.

DataRoom AM: Fortescue's back-up plans

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Fortescue mulls its options, including the sale of minority stakes in its Pilbara mines, while Barrick Gold moves to offload its Cowal mine.

DataRoom AM: Discovery tunes out of Ten

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Discovery Communications has reportedly walked away from its joint bid to buy Ten, while Newcrest appears to be pushing ahead with the sale of its Telfer mine.

DataRoom AM: IPO action

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Pepper Australia is tipped to hit ASX boards in the second half of the year, while MYOB receives lofty valuations ahead of what could be an April float.

DataRoom AM: Newcrest's gold rush

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Newcrest joins the race for a couple of gold mines, while Fortescue weighs its options following its failed effort to refinance debt.

DataRoom AM: Westpac's Asian opportunity

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Westpac joins the race for Royal Bank of Scotland's Asian division, while Macquarie Group looks keen to pounce on the remainder of ING's unbranded mortgage portfolio.

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