Recent comments made by senior management at Chicago
Mercantile Exchange (CME) and Eurex have fuelled speculation
that there may still be some truth to the ongoing rumours that
a merger between the European exchange's parent, Deutsche
Börse, and CME may take place.
One source told FO Week that comments made by CME chief
executive Craig Donohue to a German newspaper, praising its
management and drawing attention to the fact that CME and
Deutsche Börse have the same business model, could be a
sign that his exchange is making advances towards Deutsche
Respective exchange heads Donohue and Andreas Preuss, his
counterpart at Deutsche Börse's subsidiary Eurex, have
spoken generously in praise of each other while talking up the
vertically aligned exchange and clearinghouse business model
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