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Hong Kong's audacious $57b London Stock Exchange bid couldn't have come at a worse time

The Age Thursday, 12 September 2019
Hong Kong Exchanges’ Charles Li has chosen an interesting moment to launch a bid for the London Stock Exchange,
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The London Stock Exchange emphatically rejected the Hong Kong bourse&apos;s $39 billion takeover offer on Friday, opting to stick with its planned purchase of data and analytics group Refinitiv. David Pollard reports.

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