April 22- The London Stock Exchange Group, among the world's oldest exchanges, may strike a deal with one of the big four Western exchanges within two years, the group's chief executive told the Wall Street Journal in an interview. When there is an industry with competitive tension, consolidation tends to be not too far behind, "CEO Xavier Rolet told the newspaper.» Read More
LONDON, Feb 5- The London Stock Exchange Group said on Thursday it would sell Russell Investment, the asset management arm of the Frank Russell Co which it acquired for $2.7 billion last year. LSE said in a statement on Thursday it was launching a sale process, after already having received a number of expressions of interest in the unit. Reuters reported in January...
Jan 28- The London Stock Exchange Group Plc plans to put Russell Investments up for sale in mid-February and hopes to fetch around $1.4 billion for the unit, two sources told Reuters Wednesday. The exchange operator has tapped Barclays to sell the business, according to the sources, who wished to remain anonymous because they are unauthorized to speak to the...
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