Hong Kong Exchange Sends The LSE a $39 Billion Takeover Offer πŸ’°

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has received a $39 billion takeover offer from the Honk Kong Exchange in which the LSE would need to cancel current plans to acquire Refinitiv. Alex talks about this massive offer and some of the regulatory and macroeconomic concerns it brings up.

UPDATE: The LSE has unanimously rejected the offer.

This is an excerpt from episode 22 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/Gs2z5F2qyp8

London Stock Exchange flatly rejects Hong Kong’s $39 billion takeover offer


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