M&A Predictor — January 2014
KPMG’s M&A Predictor is a forward-looking tool that helps member firm clients to forecast worldwide trends in mergers and acquisitions. It looks at the appetite and capacity for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals by tracking and projecting important indicators 12 months forward.
The rise or fall of forward P/E (price/earnings) ratios offers a good guide to the overall market confidence, while net debt to EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation) ratios helps gauge the capacity of companies to fund future acquisitions. The Predictor covers the world by sector and region. It is produced twice a year, using data comprising 1,000 of the largest public companies in the world by market capitalisation.
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