ALEX BRUMMER: EU stalls LSE 'merger of equals' as deal raises some very troubling questions



Among all the Brussels-based bureaucracies, the EU's anti-trust team stands alone as a fearless defender of competition and free markets.
The Danish Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager is not fazed by corporate bullies – be they the mighty Apple, recently fined £12billion over alleged tax avoidance, or Europe's two biggest stock markets Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange.
Over the next four months the EU will examine whether the unwanted £21billion 'merger of equals' between Deutsche and the LSE can be of benefit to anyone other than the shareholders and the option-laden... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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