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Market Update

U.S. Movers: Advent Intl, Boeing, CareFusion, Tyson Foods, T-Mobile US

Author: Mukesh Buch
Last Update: 11:04 AM ET November 18 2013

11:00 AM New York Advent Intl intended to acquire Dutch software maker Unit4 NV for $1.58 billion. Boeing secured $100 billion of orders based on listed price from Emirates Airline. CareFusion agreed to acquire Vital Signs of GE Healthcare for $500 million. Tyson Foods net surged 40%.

Advent International Corp, the private-equity firm intended to acquire Dutch software maker Unit4 NV for $1.58 billion or 1.17 billion. Advent''s offered 38.75 per share in cash per issued and outstanding ordinary share of Unit4.

Unit4 generated revenue of 469.8 million and Advent International had $32.9 billion in assets under management in 2012.

The Boeing Company (BA) jumped 2.9% or $3.90 to $139.98 after the commercial aircrafts maker secured more than $100 billion of orders based on listed price from Emirates Airline and commitments at the Dubai air show after the company launched its 777X long-haul jetliner.

CareFusion Corporation (CFN) slipped 37 cents to $38.81 after the medical technology agreed to acquire the Vital Signs division of GE Healthcare for $500 million. The acquisition is expected to be completed by end of December.

Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN) climbed 3.8% or $1.10 to $29.87 after the food processing company reported sales in the fourth-quarter jumped 7% to $8.89 billion.

Net income in the quarter surged 40% to $259 million or 70 cents a diluted share compared to $185 million or 57 cents. Operating income in the quarter increased 18% to $416 million.

The company expects fiscal 2014 sales to grow as much as $36 billion.

T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) fell 6 cents to $25.99 after the telecommunication service provider said underwriters of previously announced public offering exercised to purchase an additional 6.62 million shares at a price of $25 a share, expected to be approximately of $1.8 billion.

T-Mobile USA, Inc. a wholly-owned subsidiary of T-Mobile US, today said its plans to offer senior notes due 2022 and senior notes due 2024 aggregate value of up to $2 billion.

Sources: Data collected by 123jump.com and Ticker.com from company press releases, filings and corporate websites. Market data: BATS Exchange. Inc