Nasdaq Withdraws Bid For Oslo Stock Exchange, Clears Path For Euronext Takeover – Forbes

Nasdaq Withdraws Bid For Oslo Stock Exchange, Clears Path For Euronext Takeover  Forbes

Oslo, Norway – August 27, 2018: Stock exchange building in Oslo, Norway Nasdaq has withdrawn its bid for one of the last remaining independent stock market operators in Europe, leaving pan-European exchange Euronext a free path to complete the deal. The withdrawal means the American firm miss out on securing ownership of every stock exchange in the Nordic region. Nasdaq already owns the stock markets of Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden, as well as all three Baltic states Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Oslo Børs, the Oslo Stock Exchange, celebrates 200 years this year. The likes of energ…

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