|Issue 904 means the fabulous mid-engined competition coupe, perhaps the first truly fabulous sports racing (and rally car) of the 1960’s to emerge from Zuffenhausen.
While the 904 had a delightful line, the illustration here is the uglier Bergspyder, a purposeful hillclimber and road racing machine, as popularised by the likes of the brilliant Gerhard Mitter…
In Today’s Exchange Invest
DB1 and LSE are clearly on a media offensive to break the 4th estate before Christmas so the press is pliant to their dire deal agitprop.
And there’s (much) more, enjoy the scroll:
Now taking bookings for 2017… future thoughts such as this: PLY: A Child Is Born part of the package.
You too can build your own Death Star notes the London Daily Telegraph. Slight issues include the requirement to have apparently some 10,000,000,000,000,000 tonnes of steel, which could take some 833,000 years to extract – leaving aside the tricky fact that even paying for it is likely more than, say, the average metals exchange staff credit card would permit before internal checks caught up with your spend.
DB1 Chief Confident About LSE Merger & EU Antitrust Approval
Handelsblatt Global Edition (subscription)
PLY: He seemed to be wobbling a bit last week. The key question remains, have the EC antitrust agency really taken leave of their senses?
DB1 Boss Defends London HQ Of Merged Exchange Amid Political Pressure
Kengeter Resists Calls On Frankfurt HQ For DB1-LSE
PLY: Given the way most mergers go, the question of the London stitch up to move to Frankfurt is most likely when, not if.
Deutsche Börse Increases Share In Tradegate
Exchange News Direct
Deutsche Börse acquired a 75-percent stake in Berlin-based exchange operator Tradegate ExchangeGmbH at the beginning of 2010 and in parallel a 5% stake in Tradegate AG the market making company which has now been increased through subsequent calls to 20%.
LSE Group Says Markets Have More Work To Do Ahead Of New Trading Rules
PLY: MIFID II mania…
CBOE Holdings Enters Into A Term Loan Credit Agreement
PLY: Proceeds may be used to fund BATS acquisition.
CBOE Purchase Of Bats Reflects Aim To Tap Options Trading For ETFs
Patrick Birley – Nex(t) Steps for ISDX
London South East
PLY: The telegenic ISDX CEO Patrick Birley outlines future steps for the dynamic London small cap exchange which is part of Michael Spencer’s NEX Group.
TGE Obtains Approval From Polish Financial Supervision Authority To Operate A CO2 Auction Platform