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Exchanges: Try, Try Again

The much needed consolidation of Europe's stock exchanges could be just around the corner. And this time round, CFOs might have reason to cheer.

July 1, 2003

At first glance, May's merger between OM of Sweden and Hex of Finland wasn't the most eye-catching deal. After all, even combined, the two Nordic stock exchanges will still be small fry relative to the trading volume that the heavyweights -- Euronext, London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Borse. But to view the deal solely from that vantage point would be giving it short shrift. Read more...

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