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Terminal difficulties

15 May 2003 By Chris Hughes

The LSE’s annual profits are up, but its resilience to the bear market is weakening. It is even struggling to sublet its office space. With scope for costcutting limited, the LSE’s goitalone strategy is now entering its toughest phase.

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