By  on September 18, 2009

After a slowdown that began in the fourth quarter of last year, positive trends are beginning to emerge in specialty retail mergers and acquisitions activity, according to a new study.

The report by investment banking firm Tully & Holland cites a rebound in retail valuations and a more than 50 percent rise in the S&P Retail Index since March as key elements in the shift.

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