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Frankfurt has launched a major effort to bolster its position as a financial centre in the wake of last year’s Brexit vote. The city is already home to the European Central Bank and nearly 200 foreign lenders. (Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)
Frankfurt has launched a major effort to bolster its position as a financial centre in the wake of last year’s Brexit vote. The city is already home to the European Central Bank and nearly 200 foreign lenders. (Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)

LSE-Deutsche Boerse merger in flux as Brexit looms Add to ...

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When the London Stock Exchange Group PLC and Deutsche Boerse AG unveiled their $38-billion merger last year, executives insisted the deal would go ahead despite Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. But Brexit has now become a major stumbling block to the merger and opposition to it is rising in Frankfurt and London.

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