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Jim Cramer on why M&A will surge in 2013

Published December 7, 2012 at 10:24 AM


James Cramer, the Founder of TheStreet.com and host of Mad Money, spoke at The Deal Economy 2013 conference explaining to the audience why acquisitive companies see their share prices rise; reasons why M&A is going to increase in 2013, as well as his thoughts on the fiscal cliff, China's economy, Italy's 10-year bonds and the E.U.'s economic situation. - George White

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