* 3M, Danaher, bankers bullish on M&A environment * Honeywell has "very high" appetite for deals * Industrial companies' cash holdings down, defying trend By Nick Zieminski NEW YORK, June 29 (Reuters) - After a weak six months for mergers and acquisitions, U.S. manufacturing executives are predicting a pick-up as industrial companies look for deals to drive growth at a time when major economies are expanding slowly at best. While concerns about Europe and the global economy dull ...
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