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London still world's top financial centre despite Brexit, says survey

Published on Monday 11th of September 2017 12:52:00 PM in Guardian

London has retained its position as the world’s top financial centre despite fears that the City will become less attractive for financiers in the wake of Brexit.New York – London’s closest rival and expected beneficiary of the fallout from the UK’s leaving the EU – has ...

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