LSE said group revenue for the quarter was up 86% on last year to £581m
The London Stock Exchange said first
quarter growth within its LCH.Clearnet Swapclear business made
up for the loss of the London Metal Exchange’s
clearing business as the exchange group reported solid
The LSE said in a statement on Wednesday
that LCH.Clearnet revenues for the three quarters to the end of
March were "flat after adjusting for currency changes and the
previously announced loss of the LME commodities clearing with
good growth in Swapclear (revenues up 16%)."
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