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The Baltic Exchange board unanimously agreed to a takeover bid from Singapore Exchange, in a deal that will give SGX access to a trading platform for the freight derivatives market. According to the terms of the agreement, Baltic shareholders are entitled to 160.41 pounds per share plus 19.30 pounds per share as a final dividend, giving the business a total valuation of about 87 million pounds ($114 million). View page

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