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NEW YORK: Barclays Plc has launched a long-anticipated sale process for its Index, Portfolio and Risk Solutions (IPRS) business, which could yield around $400 million for the UK bank, according to people familiar with the matter.
DUBAI: The Persian Gulf emirate, Dubai, that own stakes in London Stock Exchange Group Plc and Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, may have to sell assets to help fund about US$80bil of debt maturing in the next five years.
FRANKFURT: Germany's Deutsche Boerse AG pulled off a US$9.7bil takeover of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) group as shareholders brushed off misgivings about the deal to create the world's largest exchange operator.
TORONTO (AP) - The operators of the Toronto and London stock exchanges have killed a $3.8-billion proposed merger, saying the controversial deal could not garner enough shareholder support to go ahead.
SYDNEY: Australia rejected the Singapore stock exchange's $8.3 billion takeover bid for the Australian stock market operator on Friday, with the federal treasurer saying the merger would not be in the nation's interest.
SYDNEY: Singapore Exchange Ltd's A$7.6bil bid for bourse operator ASX Ltd is on the brink of collapse after Australia said the takeover was not in the national interest.
NEW YORK: Nasdaq OMX Group Inc, left out of a global merger frenzy among exchanges, is exploring options that include teaming up with a partner on a rival bid for NYSE Euronext, a person familiar with the situation said on Tuesday.
LONDON/NEW YORK: Bats Global Markets, the US-based exchange operator, is taking over peer Chi-X Europe in a deal that could put even more pressure on the dominance of national bourses that themselves are banding together to survive.
NEW YORK: Stocks closed mixed Wednesday after the head of the Federal Reserve said unemployment may remain high for several years. The Dow Jones industrial average eked out its eighth straight day of gains, extending its longest advancing streak in nearly a year.
BERLIN: Germany's Deutsche Boerse AG, the company that runs the stock exchange in Europe's largest economy, could soon take over the New York Stock Exchange.