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Euronext is looking for opportunities to buy market data or post-trade services providers, CEO Stephane Boujnah said on Wednesday, after larger rival London Stock Exchange said it was in talks to buy Refinitiv in a $27 billion deal. The Pan-European stock market operator said it still had some cash left for more "selective" acquisitions after recently buying Norwegian stock exchange Oslo Bors for 700 million euros.
South African conglomerate Naspers plans to float consumer internet businesses with assets valued at more than 100 billion euros ($112 billion) on the Euronext stock exchange in Amsterdam on July 17, the media and tech group said on Wednesday. Naspers will retain a 73% stake in the new company, which will hold assets including Naspers' 31.2 percent stake in China's Tencent, as well as its OLX classified businesses in India and Brazil and its U.S. business, letgo. Naspers shareholders will receive shares representing 27% of the new company when it lists, Naspers said in a statement.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Nasdaq Nordic, which owns most stock exchanges in the Nordic-Baltic region, is withdrawing its offer to acquire Norway's main exchange, saying " under the current circumstances the minimum acceptance condition for completion" cannot be satisfied.
Nasdaq withdrew its offer for Oslo Bors on Monday, giving pan-European exchange Euronext free rein to pursue its bid for the Norwegian stock market operator after a five-month battle. Euronext secured approval from Norway's Ministry of Finance this month to buy more than 50% of Oslo Bors for 158 Norwegian crowns per share, effectively blocking Nasdaq's bid. Both had valued one of Europe's few independent stock market operators at around 6.8 billion Norwegian crowns ($783 million).
Norway's DNB will meet with Euronext before deciding whether to sell its 20% stake in Oslo Bors VPS to the pan-European stock market operator, the bank said on Monday. DNB will also hold talks with other Oslo Bors shareholders in the hope of finding a "good solution" for the Norwegian stock exchange, it added. Nasdaq withdrew its bid for the Oslo Bors on Monday, leaving Euronext as the sole bidder.
Euronext won approval from Norway's Ministry of Finance to buy up to 100% of Oslo Bors on Monday, effectively ending a five-month battle with Nasdaq for one of the last independent stock market operators in Europe. While Euronext has already secured a stake of more than 50% in Oslo Bors, Nasdaq had argued that no takeover should be allowed unless a two-thirds stake was obtained in order to ensure that a buyer would have complete control. Both had offered 158 Norwegian crowns per share for Oslo Bors, valuing it at around 6.8 billion Norwegian crowns ($779 million), but the view of the Norwegian government was crucial.
Norway will allow Euronext to take a majority stake in Oslo Bors VPS, the country's finance ministry said on Monday, confirming an earlier statement by Euronext. The decision effectively ends a five-month battle between Euronext and Nasdaq for ownership of the Norwegian stock market operator. While Euronext has already secured a stake of more than 50% in Oslo Bors, Nasdaq had argued that no takeover should be allowed unless a two-thirds stake was obtained.
PARIS/OSLO (Reuters) - Stock market operators Euronext and Nasdaq, both vying for the control of Norway's Oslo Bors, have been deemed fit and proper owners by the Norwegian financial supervisory authority, the finance ministry said. The verdict leaves it to the government to decide the outcome of the battle for control of one of the last independent stock market operators in northern Europe, which began when Euronext made a first, unsolicited move in December. The Norwegian bourse's response was to seek new bidders, encouraging U.S.-based Nasdaq to make a rival offer.
Nasdaq and Euronext would both be "fit and proper" owners of Norwegian stock market operator Oslo Bors VPS, Norway's Financial Supervisory Authority has concluded in a letter of advice to the ...
European exchange group Euronext on Monday extended the deadline on its 6.8 billion Norwegian crown (£603 million) offer for Oslo Bors as the battle with Nasdaq for control of Norway’s stock market operator intensifies. Euronext's offer, which had been due to expire on Monday, will now remain open until the evening of May 6. The terms remain at 158 Norwegian crowns per Oslo Bors share, a price matched by Nasdaq.
Tencent shareholder Naspers plans to float a portion of its e-commerce ventures on Euronext in Amsterdam, a move South Africa's biggest company said on Monday will create a $140 billion European internet giant. As well as a one third stake in China's Tencent, which is worth around $134 billion, Naspers - via its e-commerce business - also owns stakes in OLX, the biggest classifieds ads site in India and Brazil, and mobile classified platform letgo, which vies with Craiglist in the United States. Naspers did not give financial details of the listing, which is penciled in for the second half of the year.
JOHANNESBURG, March 25 (Reuters) - South Africa's Naspers will float its e-commerce ventures on the Euronext stock exchange in Amsterdam, it said on Monday. The e-commerce ventures include its stakes in ...
PARIS/OSLO (Reuters) - European exchange group Euronext on Monday extended its offer for Oslo Bors, while keeping the terms unchanged, as its battle with Nasdaq for control of Norway's stock market operator escalates. Euronext's offer, due to expire on March 11, is now open until April 1 at 6 pm, Central European time. The terms remain at 158 Norwegian crowns per Oslo Bors share, the price Euronext offered when it raised its bid last month.
Oslo Bors' biggest shareholder, Norwegian bank DNB, said on Monday that it continues to support Nasdaq's offer for the Oslo exchange operator after rival bidder Euronext extended its offer. "We have ...