LSEG's Proposed Refinitiv Deal: It's About More Than Just Market Data

What does the bourse’s planned purchase of the data giant mean for clients and the industry going forward?

As revenues derived from traditional businesses are declining, and regulators and consumers are increasingly pushing back against market data fees, exchanges are looking for tie-ins that will diversify their businesses. As a result, exchanges have been increasingly turning to the traditional vendor community to round out their offerings, through acquisition and partnerships.

On Friday, the Financial Times broke the news that another blockbuster deal might soon be in the books: the London Stock

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