Traders and clerks work at the London Metal Exchange (LME) in ...
Sep 24th, 2011
(Reuters) - Traders and clerks work at the London Metal Exchange (LME) in London in this July 22, 2011, file photo. The 134-year old London Metal Exchange restoked a global merger frenzy among bourses on Friday when it said it is considering a sale after receiving "several expressions of interest." LME, the world's biggest market for industrial metals, declined to identify its suitors. But speculation immediately turned to U.S.-based Intercontinental Exchange and the London Stock Exchange as potential bidders. REUTERS/Paul Hackett/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) -
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