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Merger veto leaves LSE free to move in its own clear direction
For a demographic so in favour of the free movement of people, and capital, the French and German individuals running the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche B�rse have seemed increasingly divided over their merger.
European regulators kill off LSE's �24bn merger over monopoly fears  
Revealed: Phone call that finally sunk �21bn merger between London Stock ...  
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