DealZone

DealZone Daily

January 27, 2010

Shares in Russian aluminium group Rusal fell heavily on their debut, as a broad market slump across Asia and worries over the group’s debt and legal issues dogged its landmark $2.2 billion Hong Kong IPO.

And in other media:

Greece is wooing China to buy up to 25 billion euros of its bonds in its efforts to avert one of Europe’s biggest debt crises, the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal reported.

Private equity groups including CVC Capital Partners and Carlyle are preparing to finance a 5 billion euro bid for German cable provider Kabel Deutschland, the FT reported.  Read the story here.

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