The London Stock Exchange has agreed to buy data analytics business Refinitiv for a total value of approximately $27bn (£22bn) from Thomson Reuters and a consortium of funds linked to private equity firm Blackstone.
News of the potential deal first emerged on Monday (29 July), when LSE confirmed speculation that it was looking to acquire the data provider. The exchange intends to fund the acquisition with newly...
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