Breakfast Deals

DataRoom AM: GE in demand

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A crowd of suitors chase after GE Capital's commercial loan book, while Arrium mulls hiving off one of its business units.

DataRoom AM: Blundy's big paydays

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Retail rich-lister Brett Blundy is hoping to cash in on a couple of ASX floats, while Cardno calls in UBS to help defend against predators.

DataRoom AM: Targeting South32

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BHP's spin-off is a potential takeover target, while Atlas Iron's plans to raise up to $180m are met with scepticism.

DataRoom AM: Auction action

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Redefine Properties complicates the auction play for Investa, while the Federal Government has put Australian Rail Track Corporation on its asset sale fast-track.

DataRoom AM: MYOB D-Day

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MYOB needs a strong start on the ASX today to silence the doubters, while iiNet shareholders wait for TPG's next move.

DataRoom AM: Lightening Atlas' load

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A glimmer of hope emerges for Atlas Iron as creditors sit down to determine its future, while Fortescue plays it safe with its debt raising.

DataRoom AM: Myer buyer?

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A new Solomon Lew hire has added fuel to speculation of a play for Myer, while investment bankers eye a slice of GE’s local commercial lending business.

DataRoom AM: Hot property

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Property deals start to heat up, while KKR zeroes in on the largest player in Australia's manufactured housing park market.

DataRoom AM: Eyeing up GE

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A number of players are ready to fight for GE's local commercial lending book, while first-round bids are expected for Investa's $9bn portfolio.

DataRoom AM: Gold rush

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Newcrest is pushing ahead with plans to auction its Telfer gold and copper mine, while foreign firms continue to circle Bradken.

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.

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