The Hong Kong exchange’s abandoned takeover tilt for the London Stock Exchange marks the latest in a long line of doomed bids for the London bourse over the years.
The Hong Kong exchange’s takeover tilt for the LSE marks the latest in a long line of bids for the London bourse over the years.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has launched a shock £31.6 billion bid for the London Stock Exchange Group in a move set to disrupt its UK rival’s tie-up with Refinitiv.
London Stock Exchange Group has agreed to buy data provider Refinitiv in a deal worth 27 billion US dollars (£22.3 billion).
Shares in London Stock Exchange Group surged 15% higher on Monday after it confirmed talks to acquire data vendor Refinitiv, in a move that would create a financial information giant.