Deutsche Börse in talks to buy Refinitiv FX units

Negotiations confirmed, but not whether FXall is on the sale block

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Deutsche Börse is expanding its footprint into FX and analytics

Financial markets data and infrastructure provider Refinitiv is in negotiations with Deutsche Börse that could result in some of its foreign exchange business changing hands.

Both companies acknowledged they were in sale talks after Reuters reported that the German stock exchange operator was closing in on a deal to buy Refinitiv’s FXall platform for about $3.5 billion.

“Refinitiv confirms that it is in ongoing discussions with Deutsche Börse which could include the divestiture of certain of

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