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HKEX and LSE, A Capitalist’s Conundrum

HKEX and LSE, A Capitalist’s Conundrum

Today’s bid by Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX) to buy the London Stock Exchange Group for $36.6 billion is a conundrum in what otherwise would be a continuation of global consolidation among exchanges. But it is muddied by the geopolitical backdrop that could make the London Stock Exchange off limits to certain suitors, especially those under the control of the Chinese government.

The Spread – A Big Deal

The Spread – A Big Deal

If LSEG’s purchase of Refinitiv goes through, it would be quite the mega deal for capital markets. This episode of “The Spread” examines the tie-up’s potential.  Produced by Mike Forrester  John Lothian Newsletter Today's Newsletter We visit...

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