LONDON (Reuters) - Cross-border merger and acquisition deal volumes are down by almost a third so far this year from 2012 levels, making this the slowest year to date for international transactions since 2009, Thomson Reuters data showed on Friday.
Deals like the $19.3 billion merger of publishing giants Publicis Groupe
Wall Street investment banks Morgan Stanley
(For more details on the week's investment banking data please click: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/PR/IB/Scorecard020813.pdf)
(Reporting by Tommy Wilkes; editing by Tom Pfeiffer)