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Dealmakers Predict Surge in Mergers and Acquisitions

Thursday, 15 Apr 2010 | 5:55 PM ET

With growing optimism that the U.S. economy is headed in the right direction, private equity firms are gearing up for an increase in M&A activity.

In exclusive interviews at a Tulane University M&A conference, top dealmakers talked with David Faber about the M&A long-term outlook.

The Future of Global M&A
Discussing the global M&A landscape, with Robert Kindler, Morgan Stanley vice chairman, head of M&A and CNBC's David Faber.

2010 'Decent, Not a Great Year' for M&As:

Robert Kindler, the vice chairman of investment banking for Morgan Stanley :
"Just because you can get money, doesn't mean you shoud do deals."

M&A Titan Shares Outlook
Doug Braunstein, head of Americas investment banking at JPMorgan, shares his M&A outlook with CNBC's David Faber

M&A Titan Expects a Resurgence:

Doug Braunstein, head of Americas investment banking at JPMorgan Chase :
"As the economy strengthens...companies are going to start using the cash."

The Future of M&A
What the M&A top players are saying about the future, with Robert Spatt, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.

Is M&A Ripe for the Picking?:
Robert Spatt, Simpson Thacher & Barlett:
There is growing argreement that things are "clearly getting better."

M&A Hot Stocks
CNBC's Matt Nesto has an outlook on stocks that can be the next big targets for M&A.

Separately, CNBC's Matt Nesto has an outlook on stocks that will be the next big targets for M&A.

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