Deutsche Börse

  • 18 Nov 2013 at 5:05 PM

NYSE, Nasdaq Usher In New Era Of Good Feelings

The two have a plan to keep the information flowing except in the perhaps not-as-unlikely-as-we’d-like event that both of them screw up simultaneously. Read more »

Sure, he guesses it might be nice to own Euronext. And sure, maybe he’s got a few extra ducats to play with. But he’s not stressing about it, which is good, because the soon-to-be-former New York Stock Exchange isn’t exactly eager to sell its European bourses to its chief rival. He’d just like to point out that, yeah, the Nasdaq would probably do a pretty good job with the thing. Read more »

  • 25 Feb 2013 at 3:24 PM

CME, Deutsche Börse Start, End Fling

When two exchanges eye each other from across the ocean, there’s a pretty standard courting procedure. One or both have usually been spurned and lust after a deal, if not particularly with the available lepers, then after a deal for a deal’s sake, just to show they’ve still got it. They dance around each other for a while coquettishly, before agreeing that it really would be a great idea to spend their lives (or a convenient period of time) together.

Then, the regulatory chaperones step in and, usually, say no. Read more »