The BATS/Direct Edge merger may seem like a deal between two sleepy exchanges, but in one fell swoop the combined entity has become a potentially bigger story: it is a logical buyer for the NYSE's cash equity business.
Jose Mourinho made a surprise selection up front as Chelsea visited Old Trafford.
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Bloomberg's Adam Johnson reports on top news headlines on Bloomberg Television's 'Money Moves'.
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Also Soldado's view on Spurs' squad and AVB on Townsend.
After all the fevered talk, the stage-managed drama of leak and counter-leak, it was a night of stasis at Old Trafford in more ways than one, at the end of which Chelsea would seem close to giving up on their pursuit of Wayne Rooney.
Maybe the game arrived too early in the season to be a classic.