LSE sets July flotation plans, bankers warn of vulnerability

25 May 2001

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) announced yesterday (Thursday) its intentions to float the exchange on the main market by the end of July in a deal that could be worth as much as £1.2bn. Don Cruickshank, chairman of the exchange, said: "We have reached the point now where ...

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