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Deals wrap: GM IPO oversubscribed sources say

November 12, 2010

Chevrolet cars are seen at a GM dealership in Miami, Florida August 12, 2010.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria General Motors IPO is expected to price around the top end of the range and exercise the full greenshoe, two sources said.

The new round of cash the Federal Reserve is pumping into the U.S. economy to spur job growth could create bubbles that do the very opposite, some Fed officials are warning.

Hedge fund firm Bernheim, Dreyfus and Co is changing the way it bets on the shares of takeover targets, trying to spot bids before they emerge as it feels traditional tactics to cash in on M&A are less attractive.

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said he would vote against Blackstone’s proposal to buy Dynegy and would offer a $2 billion line of credit to the struggling power company.

Dan Primack from Fortune.com stays on his dividend recap train of thought with a look at Dunkin’ Brands new debt offering.

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