Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

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Adds: Tempur Sealy International Inc, Hutchison, Viasat

May 9 (Reuters) -The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1330 GMT on Tuesday:

** Tempur Sealy International Inc TPX.N said it has agreed to acquire mattress retailer Mattress Firm in a cash-and-stock deal valued at around $4.0 billion, as the leading bedding maker looks to grow its business and stem a post-pandemic weakness in sales. nL4N3762XK

** Hutchison 0001.HK will likely reach a deal on merging its Three UK mobile network with Vodafone's, said its chief financial officer, although he added that getting the deal over the line was difficult. nL9N30P007

** Britain gave the green light to satellite company Viasat's VSAT.O acquisition of rival Inmarsat, confirming the $7.3 billion deal would not substantially reduce competition in the supply of wifi on commercial flights. nFWN3760KH

** U.S. private equity group KKR & Co Inc KKR.N and Australia's Macquarie Asset Management are among potential bidders for the waste and recycling management arm of Singapore's energy group Sembcorp in a deal that could value the unit at around $500 million, said two sources with knowledge of the matter. nL4N3760I8

** JD Sports Fashion JD.L has proposed buying France's Groupe Courir for an enterprise value of 520 million euros ($572 million), in what would be the British group's first acquisition since setting out ambitious expansion plans in February. nL4N3761FI

** South African specialist logistics property group Equites EQUJ.J said it plans to sell its logistics business in the United Kingdom as a way to unlock value amid rising interest rates impacting asset valuations. nL1N3760EW

** HSBC HSBA.L has agreed to buy out its China fund management joint venture partner, two people familiar with the matter said, as the Asia-focused bank pushes ahead with expansion in the world's second-largest economy. nL1N37600Z

** Toronto-Dominion Bank's TD.TO handling of "suspicious" customer transactions was behind regulators' refusal to approve the lender's $13.4 billion deal to buy First Horizon FHN.N, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. nL4N3753MH

(Compiled by Rajarshi Roy and Pratik Jain in Bengaluru)


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