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LSE's incoming chairman buys in

LSE's incoming chairman buys in

Fears of Brexit-related disruption to London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) operations have done little to dampen investors’ attraction to the shares, which hit an all-time high in March. In a further vote of confidence, non-executive director Don Robert has bought £464,000 in shares in the group. Current Experian (EXPN) chairman Mr Robert was appointed to the board at the start of the year and will succeed Donald Brydon as chairman of LSE following its annual general meeting in May.

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