HKEx CEO Says LME Catalyst to Move Into Commodities

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Li, chief executive officer of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd., talks about the bourse's business outlook and purchase of the London Metal Exchange. Hong Kong Exchanges bought the LME for $2.2 billion in December in its first foray into commodities, planning to push into China, the world’s largest user of industrial metals that the U.K. bourse lists. Li speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)
Facebook Plans High-Altitude Laser Transmitting Drones
02:01 - Facebook’s plan for connecting rural areas to the Internet involves using balloons to lift drones to an altitude of 90,000 feet (27,400 meters), where they will fly for up to three months and transmit information using lasers. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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