The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock
The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock
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London Exchange rejects Hong Kong’s surprise takeover bid in strongly worded endorsement of Shanghai as ‘preferred partner’

  • LSE cites Hong Kong’s current political crisis, and questions its future role as a gateway to China in strongly worded letter rejecting the offer
  • The UK-based bourse said it remained committed to its proposed purchase of Refinitiv

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The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock
The HKEX, which operate the third-largest capital market in Asia, offered to pay £83.61 per LSE share in cash and stock for the London bourse operator. Photo: Shutterstock
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