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Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, January 17 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, January 17

LSE to sell clearing unit to Euronext for US$533mil

LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group Plc agreed to sell its French clearing unit to Euronext NV for 510 million euros (US$533mil) in cash, putting it on course to end a 13-year combination that the company hopes will pacify competition watchdogs.

Euronext offers RM2.4bil for LSE’s French clearing business

BENGALURU: Euronext said it has offered 510 million euros (RM2.39bil) to buy the London Stock Exchange Group’s French clearing business, helping clear the way for LSE Group’s proposed US$28bil (RM125.8bil) merger with Deutsche Boerse.

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, December 6

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, December 6

Euronext Q3 revenue hurt by Brexit uncertainty

BENGALURU: Pan-European exchange Euronext reported a 15.2% fall in third-quarter revenue, hurt by a drop in listing and trading volumes that it blamed on uncertainty following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

'Siri, catch market cheats': Wall Street watchdogs turn to AI

Artificial intelligence programs have beaten chess masters and TV quiz show champions. Next up: stock market cheats.

New York emerging as big winner of Brexit exodus

LONDON: The ultimate winner if Brexit forces banks to flee London may lie 3,500 miles away, far beyond the borders of Europe.

Deutsche Boerse considers cutting LSE merger approval threshold

BENGALURU: London Stock Exchange Group Plc and Deutsche Boerse are considering lowering the approval threshold they need to achieve from the German exchange’s investors to push their deal through, as they try to keep the merger on track following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 11

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 11

Deutsche Boerse says might lower acceptances threshold for LSE merger

FRANKFURT: Deutsche Boerse AG is considering lowering the approval threshold for its proposed merger with London Stock Exchange Group Plc from shareholders representing 75 percent of its shares, the German exchange said on Sunday