The focus of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)'s $8bn buyout
of Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) has turned to CME's
clearinghouse as the US Department of Justice (DoJ) moved
toward the next phase of its inquiry into the deal with one
source claiming that an agreement could be struck to ensure the
plans are passed.
DoJ has issued a second request for additional information
from CME, a move that was not considered uncommon, but
indicated that the department was further looking into key
issues associated with deal.
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