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Dealmaking is off to a scorching start — and one Wall Street CEO says it could just be getting started

Dealmaking is off to a hot start in 2018, with nearly $225 billion in mergers-and-acquisitions volume in January. Several ingredients are present that could keep M&A humming along, according to Lazard CEO Ken Jacobs. "Confidence levels in the boardrooms among CEOs is as good as I've seen it for a long time," Jacobs told Business Insider Wall Street firms expected a hot start for mergers and acquisitions in 2018, and that's exactly what unfolded in January.
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