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M&A, Fixed Income Will Be In Focus For Exchanges’ Q3 Reports

Keefe, Bruyette & Woods analyst Kyle Voigt takes a look at exchanges ahead of third-quarter earnings reports, writing that M&A will be a key focus for companies. Voigt writes that with CBOE Holdings’ (CBOE) $3.2 billion deal to buy Bats Global Markets (BATS) in the works, most US exchanges are now actively integrating businesses or tied-up with M&A
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