British exchange said Friday it wants to sell down its stake in Curve to 25%
The London Stock Exchange has opened the
door to the prospect of a rival exchange investing in the new
European futures market it announced on Friday and said it is
working to finalise its trading agreements with clients of the
The British exchange said on Friday it has
secured for the new exchange, known as Curve, investment from
six banks -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays,
Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Societe Generale
– as well as US exchange CBOE Group,
as first reported by FOW on Thursday.
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