ICE said in May it did not plan a bid starting a lock-out that ends next month
US exchange giant the Intercontinental
Exchange is unlikely to make a bid for the London Stock
Exchange and try to derail that firm’s existing
merger agreement with Deutsche Boerse when ICE’s
six month lock-out period expires next month, according to
Atlanta-based ICE said in early May it was
not planning to make a bid for the LSE Group in response to a
mid-March statement from the LSE and Deutsche Boerse that they
had agreed terms for a merger.
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