A woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPAA woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPA
A woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPA

Charles Li’s surprise visit to London kicked off Hong Kong’s unsolicited US$36.6 billion bid for the London Stock Exchange

  • Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) yesterday made an unsolicited US$36.6 billion bid for the London Stock Exchange
  • The offer goes up against a litany of failed merger attempts by global stock exchanges. The HKSE has been the owner of London Metals Exchange since 2012

Topic |   HKEX
A woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPAA woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPA
A woman walks past the London Stock Exchange on 23 September 2008. Photo: EPA
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