The US exchange continues discussions on the "new agreement" over Trayport
The Intercontinental Exchange has asked
for permission to appeal the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal
decision that upheld an order that the US exchange group must
sell energy platform Trayport.
The Atlanta-based exchange giant has asked
the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) for permission to appeal
the Tribunal’s order to sell even as the exchange
continues discussions with the Competition and Markets
Authority (CMA) on other aspects of the case.
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