NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- After European antitrust regulators iced what was a $9.5 billion merger with NYSE Euronext , court filings released on Saturday show that Deutsche Boerse
is challenging the ruling, which it called a "black day" for Europe in February. Amid uncertainty over whether a Greek parliamentary vote would push the country closer to leaving the Eurozone, Deutsche Boerse
's insistence on its ability to cut mergers underscores the imperative that some financial giants see in diversifying from Europe. Meanwhile, NYSE Euronext's recent earnings - weighed by its European operations -- signal that it wasn't hard to move on after the European Commission's antitrust authority blocked the deal in February. ... Click to view a price quote on NYX. Click to research the Financial Services industry.
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