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European regulators kill off LSE's �21bn merger with Deutsche Borse
European regulators have killed off the London Stock Exchange Group's �21 billion merger with Deutsche Borse, saying the deal would have forged a "de facto monopoly".
LSE/Deutsche Boerse saga: The future of exchanges  
London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Boerse deal blocked by EU  
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