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Tue, Jun 18 2019

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Infineon raises £1.4 billion to help fund Cypress deal

FRANKFURT Infineon Technologies raised 1.545 billion euros (£1.4 billion) in an accelerated capital increase to help fund the cost of its planned acquisition of Cypress Semiconductor, it said late on Monday.

Infineon raises $1.7 billion to help fund Cypress deal

FRANKFURT Infineon Technologies raised 1.545 billion euros ($1.74 billion) in an accelerated capital increase to help fund the cost of its planned acquisition of Cypress Semiconductor, it said late on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Infineon raises $1.7 billion to help fund Cypress deal

* Funds to be used to pay for Cypress Semi deal (Adds final price of placement, shares)

Infineon launches 1.5 bln euro capital hike to help fund Cypress deal

FRANKFURT, June 17 Infineon Technologies said on Monday it was launching an accelerated capital increase to raise 1.5 billion euros ($1.68 billion) towards the cost of its planned acquisition of Cypress Semiconductor.

Infineon revs up auto business with $10 billion Cypress deal

FRANKFURT Germany's Infineon has agreed to buy Silicon Valley-based Cypress Semiconductor for $10 billion, in an expensive move by Europe's largest chip-maker to expand further in next-generation automobiles and Internet technologies. | Video

Infineon's Cypress deal may land advisers $95 million fee bonanza

LONDON Banks including Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan are set for a $95 million (75 million pounds) windfall, their most lucrative payday so far this year for a deal involving a European company, after Infineon's swoop on Cypress Semiconductor.

Infineon's Cypress deal may land advisers $95 million fee bonanza

LONDON Banks including Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan are set for a $95 million windfall, their most lucrative payday so far this year for a deal involving a European company, after Infineon's swoop on Cypress Semiconductor.

Infineon's Cypress deal may land advisers $95 million fee bonanza

LONDON, June 3 Banks including Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan are set for a $95 million windfall, their most lucrative payday so far this year for a deal involving a European company, after Infineon's swoop on Cypress Semiconductor.

Infineon revs up auto business with $10 billion Cypress deal

FRANKFURT Germany's Infineon has agreed to buy Silicon Valley-based Cypress Semiconductor for $10 billion, in an expensive move by Europe's largest chip-maker to expand further in next-generation automobiles and Internet technologies. | Video

UPDATE 6-Infineon revs up auto business with $10 billion Cypress deal

* Infineon shares fall 9% on concerns over price (Recasts with colour on alliance, adds recent deal context)

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