(Bloomberg) -- Problems in the world’s supply chains have reached as far as London Stock Exchange Group Plc. 

The bourse said in a third-quarter trading statement Friday that supply chain pressures could impact the timing of some of its technology spending plans this year, though it’s not changed its overall cost and capital expenditure guidance. 

LSEG also said income will not grow as quickly in the fourth quarter as the prior three months, due to a strong 2020 comparison. It said the integration of data company Refinitiv remains on track.

“We are making excellent progress on the integration of Refinitiv and are comfortably on-track to achieve 125 million pounds of cost synergies in 2021, ahead of our original phasing,” Chief Executive Officer David Schwimmer said in a statement. 

LSEG acquired Refinitiv for $27 billion in January, meaning most of its revenue now comes from data services. Investors were spooked by higher-than-expected costs linked to the integration earlier in the year. 

Total income rose 7.6% in the third quarter, adjusted for the acquisition and currency movements.

Equities revenues rose 15.4%, helped by high-profile listings in London including Wise Plc. The U.K. is rewriting its stock market rules in the hopes of attracting more technology firms to list in London. 

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