CME Group Inc. said it defeated a 15-year-old court case that argued it engaged in anti-competitive behavior that blocked a major German exchange from getting a foothold in the U.S.
The case has been dismissed, CME said in a statement Nov. 1. It faced damages estimated at about $1.5 billion. A message sent outside normal business hours to Deutsche Boerse AG, the Frankfurt-based owner of the Eurex exchange that never got traction in the U.S., wasn’t immediately answered.
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