NYSE owner offers 27 billion for eBay

                  NYSE owner offers 27 billion for eBay

                  The owner of the New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange, has issued a bid of thirty billion dollars for eBay. It is not the first time that the stock exchange company has shown interest in the bidding site.

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                  Second time lucky?

                  eBay is said to have been approached by ICE, the operator of the New York Stock Exchange, with a takeover bid of some 27?billion euros, the Wall Street Journal writes based on internal sources. However, it is far from certain that eBay will agree to the attempt: ICE has approached the online marketplace before, but was rejected. Even now, despite the bid, no formal discussions are yet underway.

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                  Nevertheless, the rumours turned out to be sufficient to immediately boost eBay's share price in New York by almost 11?%. Earlier this week, a shareholder had expressed his dissatisfaction with the stock market valuation for the online marketplace, which he believes is way too low.?

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