(Reuters) – London Stock Exchange Group Plc (L:) said on Wednesday its shareholders would vote on Nov. 26 on whether to approve its $27 billion deal to buy data provider Refinitiv.

The LSE agreed to buy the financial information provider in August, in a deal aimed at offering trading across regions and currencies.

The deal was announced 10 months after a Blackstone-led (N:) consortium completed a leveraged buyout of Refinitiv from Thomson Reuters (TO:), the parent organization of Reuters News.

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2019-11-06