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LSE in talks to buy Refinitiv

LONDON: The London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) said it was in discussions to acquire financial data analytics provider Refinitiv Holdings Ltd for US$27bil, including debt.

Business

Milan IPOs booming as investors hunt for Italian assets

MILAN: Initial public offerings are booming in Milan as investor demand for Italian assets is driving company listings to the highest level in at least a decade.

Corporate News

London stock exchange shareholders vote on merger deal under Brexit cloud

LONDON: Shareholders of the London Stock Exchange vote on Monday on whether to back a US$27 billion merger with Deutsche Boerse, even though the deal may have to be tweaked following Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

M&A

LSE says Deutsche Boerse merger could mean 1,250 job cuts

FRANKFURT: London Stock Exchange Group said its planned US$30bil (RM124.7bil) merger with German rival Deutsche Boerse could initially cut 1,250 jobs across the combined group and should eventually lead to 250 million euros (RM1.16bil) in extra revenue a year.

Business

LSE Group launches interest rate derivatives joint venture

LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSEG) said on Friday it launched an interest rate derivatives venture, CurveGlobal, with a group of major dealer banks.

Business

LSE earnings sees boost from FTSE-Russell

LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group, Europe’s oldest independent bourse, said pre-tax profit for the first half rose 21%, aided primarily by robust growth in its global indexes business FTSE-Russell.

Business

Europe's bankers, investors flock to "The Wolf Of Wall Street"

STOCKHOLM: Bankers across Europe are filling cinema seats for a sneak peek at "The Wolf of Wall Street", booking out theatres and rolling out the red carpet for clients eager to see a film about excesses in their own high-flying industry

Business

LSE posts rise in full-year profits

LONDON: The London Stock Exchange, which owns markets in Britain and Italy and is planning a merger with the owner of the Toronto bourse, reported a 70 percent rise in full year profits on Friday after a rise in new issues on the market.