Acquisitions involving New Jersey companies sagged in 2010, continuing a four-year-long downward trend that was offset only by two megadeals in 2009.

The top 30 completed deals with New Jersey-based targets or acquirers, according to data compiled by Thomson Reuters Financial, represented a total value of $14.8 billion — a fraction of last year’s $127.1 billion figure.

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