How the CME's rival exchanges have approached the question of liquidity
Legal Week Global reports
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is the largest equities exchange in Europe and is beaten worldwide for the number of companies listed only by the Nasdaq. However, it is not in a good strategic position at the moment, thanks to the failure of its merger with Deutsche Borse, an embarrassing takeover attempt by OM and losing out on the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange to Euronext.
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