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Nylon stretch

26 January 2018 By Aimee Donnellan

After a failed boardroom coup, hedgie Chris Hohn reckons the $20 bln London Stock Exchange could be bought by a U.S. rival, according to Sky. A deal with, say, ICE, would create savings and scale in derivatives clearing. But the latter could prompt the UK government to object.

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