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Hertz drew upside option activity Friday ahead of this morning's earnings report.
Shares of United Rentals are holding above 8 as traders reposition their risk.
Investors are betting that this company will rally more after breaking to a six-month high last week.
Casino and racetrack operator Penn National Gaming said on Thursday its $6.1 billion takeover pact has been terminated, marking the latest leveraged buyout to crumble amid the tight credit markets and weak U.S. economy.
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Alliance Data Systems said Friday it terminated a $6.76 billion sale to Blackstone Group affiliates and has sued to win a $170 million business interruption payment.
The $19.5 billion sale of the radio broadcaster Clear Channel Communications to two private equity firms is in jeopardy.
Mortgage and vehicle fleet company PHH said on Tuesday it terminated its nearly $2 billion sale to General Electric and Blackstone, after the private equity firm failed to obtain required financing for the deal.
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Equipment rental group United Rentals said it terminated its $4 billion takeover by Cerberus Capital Management and asked Cerberus to pay it a $100 million termination fee.
Shares of United Rentals Monday rose about 6 percent after the company said it was holding talks in a bid to resolve its lawsuit to force Cerberus Capital Management to complete the planned $4 billion buyout of the equipment rental company.
Cerberus Capital Management, in its latest attempt to scuttle its $4 billion purchase of United Rentals, said it filed a request for declaratory judgment Wednesday in New York State Supreme Court.
A $4 billion sale of loans being raised by automaker Chrysler following its takeover by buyout firm Cerberus has been indefinitely postponed, the Wall Street Journal reported.