Deutsche Börse

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    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.

    / Nov 18, 2013 at 5:05 PM
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    Bob Greifeld Spending ‘Zero Time’ Thinking About Thing He ‘Would Be Remiss’ Not To Be Thinking About

    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 […]

    / Oct 24, 2013 at 4:20 PM
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    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.

    / Feb 25, 2013 at 3:24 PM
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    Deutsche Börse Looks East, Because It Has Nowhere Else To Go

    When your dreams of expansion have been rebuffed at just about every turn for a decade, it forces you to think outside the box. So goodbye, London, Paris and Amsterdam: Deutsche Börse is (trying) to go to Warsaw. Seventy years after a very special moment in German-Polish relations, the owner of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange […]

    / Nov 6, 2009 at 9:32 AM

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