Posts tagged: LSE

Sir Christopher Hohn sells down LSE stake after reportedly predicting £15 billion takeover bid for the exchange

Monday, 24 September 2018, 5:27 pm

Betaville notes that Sir Christopher Hohn's The Children's Investment Fund has just slotted the majority of its 5pc stake in the London Stock Exchange.

So, unless the abrasive hedge fund manager isn't interested in making money for his investors, Sir Chris can't really still believe the LSE is still a takeover target?..

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Argo Blockchain poised to start trading - sources - Part 3

Tuesday, 14 August 2018, 12:18 pm

It's not exactly been a great start for Argo Blockchain, the cryptocurrency mining group, as a listed company on London's main bourse.

Shares in London's first ever listed cryptocurrency-related "business" are down about 43pc since it floated and currently trading around 9p after hitting the market at 16p.

Investors are wondering whether those people/institutions that were issued stock at 8p and lower ahead of the IPO are likely to hold if the stock continues to slump...?..

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Sunday review on a Monday - NEX Group, CME and the LSE

Monday, 19 March 2018, 9:29 am

Ben Marlow went big in yesterday's The Sunday Telegraph about the prospects of a bid battle for Nex Group, tipping owner the of the New York Stock Exchange (also know as the Intercontinental Exchange or ICE) as the most likely counterbidder for the company founded by Michael Spencer. In case you missed it, I have pasted link below to yesterday's splash story in the business section:..

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Tags: NEX Group, CME, LSE