DAILY BRIEFING: Euronext buys Irish stock exchange to steal business from Britain after Brexit


City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail

Euronext has bought the Irish stock exchange

Euronext has bought the Irish stock exchange

Euronext has bought the Irish stock exchange

BUSINESS RAID Dutch trading firm Euronext bought the Irish stock exchange to help it steal business from Britain after Brexit, bosses have said.

But the London Stock Exchange handled 106 flotations last year – far more than any European rival – and is widely expected to keep its crown for years to come.

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But hundreds of the estimated 9,000 companies with 250 or more staff, who were supposed to reveal the details, have failed to so far.

If they do not comply, the businesses could face fines for missing the cut-off.

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