London Stock Exchange results don’t satisfy investors

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London Stock Exchange results don’t satisfy investors

The price of shares in London Stock Exchange Group (LON:LSEG) dropped by 11.51% to 8,396p (as of 13:20 GMT) after it reported a 3% increase in revenues for the year ended 31st December. Pre-tax profits for the year were up by 5.2% relative to 2019.

CEO David Schwimmer commented: “The Covid-19 pandemic and broader geo-political events presented unprecedented challenges in 2020. Despite this environment, and with the vast majority of employees working remotely across our global locations, LSEG has delivered for its customers and provided a strong financial performance, demonstrating strong operational resilience. We continue to innovate and work in partnership with our customers to develop our services, in areas such as reference rate reform and sustainable investment.

Completion of the acquisition of Refinitiv in early 2021 marked an important milestone in LSEG’s history. This transformational transaction brings together two highly complementary global businesses with a shared commitment to Open Access. LSEG is now truly global with a significant presence in North America, Europe, Asia and emerging markets, bringing together exceptional skills and experience at scale. While early days, the work we have done so far confirms the quality of the business and the extent of the opportunities across the Group as we focus on integration and delivering the strategic and financial benefits of the transaction to our customers, shareholders and other stakeholders. LSEG is well positioned for long-term sustainable growth in a continually evolving landscape as a leading global financial markets infrastructure and data provider“.


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