London Stock Exchange:goodbye, Dubai

Is it time to follow Borse Dubai and sell LSE?

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LSE shares fall as Borse Dubai sells stake

Middle East group offloads position held since 2007

Plato runs technology ‘beauty parade’

New European venue underscores mutual ethos with public vote

High-speed traders face tougher oversight

Proposal requires proprietary firms to become members of Finra

Tougher US response urged in clearing row

Chicago exchange suggests restricting European access

BATS expands currency trading to London

Traditional forex players under regulatory pressure

Trafigura hits at European trading rules

Commodity traders and energy groups seek Mifid II concessions

Exchanges miss out on market changes

Technology and data analytics lead pockets of growth

CFTC suspends deadline on brokers’ margin

Regulator eases rule passed in response to MF Global’s collapse

Fese appoints Riess as chief

Firm looks to put year of upheaval behind it