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France: Deutsche Boerse, LSE deal raises competition concerns

PARIS: The US$30 billion planned merger between London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Boerse raises potential competition concerns, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Friday.

LSE to hold Deutsche Boerse merger vote in July

LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSE) will hold its shareholder meeting on the proposed US$30bil merger with Deutsche Boerse in July, the British firm said in an update.

UK says not worried by German bid for LSE

LONDON: British Chancellor George Osborne said on Wednesday he did not have concerns at the prospect of a German company taking over Britain's London Stock Exchange Group.

ICE shelves plans for London bourse counter bid

London: The New York Stock Exchange's owner has shelved plans to make a counter bid for London Stock Exchange that could have derailed the British firm's planned merger with Deutsche Boerse.

US exchange ICE shelves plans for London bourse counter bid

LONDON/BENGALURU: The New York Stock Exchange’s owner shelved plans on Wednesday to gatecrash a merger between London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSEG) and its German counterpart, saying it no longer intended to stage a rival bid for the British bourse.

Wall Street lower as tepid data adds to growth worries

NEW YORK: Wall Street was lower on Wednesday after tepid US economic data and lackluster corporate results added to concerns about the health of the global economy.

Second time lucky: BATS shares soar in debut

NEW YORK: Shares of BATS Global Markets Inc jumped as much as 23% in their debut on the company’s own exchange - redemption after a botched attempt to go public in 2012.

Mega deals morph into mega problems for Wall Street

If 2015 was a dream year for Wall Street’s top dealmakers, 2016 is starting to take a nightmarish turn. The move by the Obama administration to suddenly change the rules has sent a chilling message to dealmakers and comes on top of a number of legal challenges to big transactions. The political uncertainty and antitrust concerns mean that firms will think twice about future tie-ups that consolidate industries and move tax dollars offshore.

Frankfurt and London seal US$30bil tie-up

FRANKFURT: Deutsche Boerse AG and London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) agreed to combine in a US$30bil deal to create a European trading powerhouse better able to compete with US rivals encroaching on their turf.