The Merc deal is a boost for the LSE as it look to expand its US presence
Stock Exchange’s (LSE) FTSE Russell has signed a
deal with CME Group to launch contracts
based on the index complier’s key benchmarks in
the fourth quarter of the year.
The agreement, the
LSE's second Chicago-based pact in six months following a
deal with CBOE Holdings in February, will be a boost
for the LSE as it looks to boost its US
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