- The report gives a snapshot of the deal activity trends in the retail industry in August 2011
- The report provides an overview of the deal activity across various deal types in the month of August 2011 in terms of deal type, segment and region.
- The report provides data on deal activity across various segments in the construction industry in the month of August 2011, in terms of deal size.
- The report gives an insight into the rationale for deal making during August 2011.
- The report details the major deal sizes reported in August 2011.
The Monthly Report provides the reader with the top-line data necessary to quickly keep abreast of the deal activity in the retail industry on a month-on-month basis.
The ‘Monthly Deals Roundup – Retail’ report provides a review and understanding of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), capital-raising and partnering deals and agreements entered into by companies in the retail industry during August 2011.
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Using this report, dealmakers will effectively and efficiently gain insight into the deal activity taking place across the month. The report provides an overview on all the partnering, alliances and M&A deals announced worldwide.
Deal volume significantly increased by xx% in the retail industry, from xxx transactions in July 2011 to xxx transactions in August 2011. Deal volume was also significantly superior to the trailing 12-month (TTM) average of xxx.
In value terms, deal activity increased by xx%, from US$x.x billion during July 2011 to US$x.x billion in August 2011. However, the combined deal value in the month was xx% lower than the TTM average of US$x.x billion.
In August 2011, the specialist retailers segment accounted for xx% of the total deal activity, followed by the online retailing segment which contributed xx%.
In terms of deal value, the specialist retailer segment contributed xx% of the total deal value in the retail industry, followed by convenience stores which accounted for xx%.
In August 2011, the North American region recorded the most deal activity, contributing xx% of the total deal volume, followed by the Asia-Pacific region which contributed xx%.
In contrast to the deal volume, the Asia-Pacific region recorded the highest deal value, accounting for xx% of the overall retail deal value. The North American contributed the second-highest contribution to the overall retail deal value at xx%.
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1.1-What is this Report About?
2.1-Convenience Stores Gaining Ground in the Retail M&A Activity
2.2-Deal Activity in North America Gains Momentum
3-Deal Volume and Value Analysis
3.1-By Deal Type
4-Deals in Active Markets
5-Deal Size Analysis
6-Deal Rationale Analysis
8.3-About ICD Research
List of Tables
Table 1: Active Regions, August 2011
Table 2: Deal Size Analysis, August 2011
Table 3: Main Deals, August 2011
Table 4: Main PE/VC Deals, August 2011
Table 5: Main Capital-Raising Deals, August 2011
Table 6: Main Cross-Border M&A Deals, August 2011
Table 7: Main Deals in Emerging Markets, August 2011
Table 8: Main Rumor Deals, August 2011
List of Figures
Figure 1: Analysis of M&A by Sector (%), August 2011
Figure 2: Analysis of Deals by Region (%), August 2011
Figure 3: Deal Volume by Deal Type, August 2011
Figure 4: Deal Value by Deal Type (US$ million), August 2011
Figure 5: Deal Volume by Segment, August 2011
Figure 6: Deal Value by Segment (US$ million), August 2011
Figure 7: Deal Volume by Region, August 2011
Figure 8: Deal Value by Region (US$ million), August 2011
Figure 9: Analysis of Deals by Deal Rationale (%), August 2011