U.S. stocks rose with European equities and bonds rallied on speculation the European Central Bank will buy government debt to support growth.
U.S. stocks fell on weaker-than-estimated jobs growth while Treasuries gained amid speculation the Federal Reserve won’t raise interest rates sooner than anticipated.
Britain hasn’t always given “proper consideration to euro policy concerns,” Subiotto told the court, citing U.K. actions during the collapse of broker MF Global Holdings Ltd.
U.S. stocks dropped as data showed consumer spending grew less than forecast in May and a Federal Reserve official said interest rates may rise by March. Treasuries climbed with emerging-market equities and oil slid.
“LSE confirms that, further to the announcement on May 13 2014, it has now entered into exclusive discussions,” the exchange operator said in a Regulatory News Service statement.
The owner of stock measures including the Dow Jones Industrial Average wants to strengthen ties with Asian and Latin American exchanges.
Mexico’s five-hour stock trading stoppage yesterday was caused by a failure with a component reportedly bought from a unit of NYSE Euronext.
U.K. Financial Secretary to the Treasury Sajid Javid said that his agency wants to boost competition for clearing derivatives.
The U.S. Justice Department has reportedly opened a criminal investigation of possible manipulation of the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.
London Stock Exchange Group Plc climbed to a five-year high in London trading as fiscal first-quarter revenue rose.