LSE and TMX seek savings and competitive edge through combined systems

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Merged stock exchanges say they are 'uniquely positioned to offer high-performance, low-cost technology solutions'

Today's £4.2bn merger of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Canadian rival TMX will depend on a shared technology strategy to drive down operating costs and improve its competitive position. The two...

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