LSE Capital Market Revenue Drops 15% In Q2
The London Stock Exchange’s revenue from capital market activity fell 15% in the second quarter, marking the first time that business was not its largest single source of income.
Credit default swap spreads on Hungarian sovereign debt narrowed to 479-480 basis points, the lowest level of the year amid negotiations with the International Monetary Fund and European Union for precautionary assistance.
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