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Whether the U.K. leaves the European Union with no deal or clinches a last-minute agreement in the coming weeks, Brexit has already taken a toll on London’s finance industry.
LONDON: The Hong Kong bourse’s unsolicited takeover bid for the London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) suffered a further setback after China praised the British firm’s scathing rebuff.
BEIJING: London Stock Exchange Group Plc’s rejection of a takeover proposal from Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. shows that there are doubts around the world over Hong Kong’s development potential, according to a People’s Daily commentary.
HKEX’s audacious US$36.6bil bid for London Stock Exchange Group (LSE.L) raised quite a few eyebrows on 9/11. Three immediate questions were raised by the bid. First, does the bid make sense for shareholders on a commercial basis? Second, what are the strategic considerations for Hong Kong and global financial markets? Third, what are the regulatory and geopolitical hurdles?
LONDON (Bloomberg): London Stock Exchange Group Plc has rejected a takeover proposal from Asian rival Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd, saying the bid has "fundamental flaws.”
LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) chief executive officer David Schwimmer had a visit on Monday from an unexpected guest: Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEX) CEO Charles Li.
LONDON: The Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEX) plan to take over London Stock Exchange Group Plc is running into multiple obstacles less than 24 hours after the surprise bid was launched, with the UK bourse leaning toward rejecting the offer in its current form, according to sources.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX) made an unexpected bid for London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE), which could potentially throw the European exchange’s own transformative deal into jeopardy.
LONDON: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. made a surprise offer for London Stock Exchange Group Plc, valuing one of Europe’s largest exchanges at 29.6 billion pounds ($36.6 billion).
HONG KONG: Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd.’s websites suffered cyberattacks on Thursday, though they were unrelated to the afternoon’s derivatives market trading halt, according to its chief executive officer.