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Could Brexit end London's financial dominance? | The Economist financial hub

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More than 300 financial organisations have already left the City of London to set up shop in other European capitals. What will this mean for London and the rest of Europe? Read more from The Economist:

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lucianbel29 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

It seems to me that The Economist is trying to bring a little optimism to the fans of Brexit. Something like "Don't worry! We'll get over it and London will still remain the same powerful global financial center as before!" So The Economist is a fan of Brexit. I got it. But I think that they are wrong. Things have changed after Brexit in a way that brexiteers have never thought that might be possible. London has a lot to lose from Brexit. This is only the begining.

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Erushbass 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Er, no.

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Stew Taylor 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

It's a maxim of journalism that whenever a headline is presented as a question, the answer is always "No".

It's also common knowledge that many years ago, the Economist used to be a well-researched, interesting and informative source.

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alex kulka 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

My brother in law is a trader and he and a lot of his colleagues have left the city. He lives in Germany now and Brexit played a big part as to why he and many of his friends and colleagues have left.

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Agung Lai 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

and a year later.. 😛

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vat 69 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

The Economist is the proof that the center-right has sold its soul to the left and it's not fit for purpose. The country needs to move more to the right.

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Michael Weskamp 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Well, will the UK bloc fall apart or the US bloc? We will see.

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Linda Walker 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Hey… what's the point of this … we are out of EU.. GET THIS COUNTRY GREAT AGAIN…

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Mark Kelly 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Boris Johnson must know something we don't know .. Because I think he was sold a pup with this Brexit thing …

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guilherme silveira 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Brexit is freedom.

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Mike Whiles 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Answer – NO. Project Fear at its finest. It's Feb 2021 and the sky has not fallen in. Simple AS.

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Patricia et Colin Clegg 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

2 points here. First Hedge Funds operating from the UK claim that their wealth management is International, in practice risk is viewed from a very British perspective.
Second. Investors will probably BENEFIT from a wider world view of risk in the long run and the very conservative will remain clinging to familiar friends.

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Teddy Stream 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

The EU must maintain funding via the City of London because it is the only place that can finance projects at low cost and the EU benefits from low interest rates are set to rise in the EU once the grace period ends and EU Taxes tack hold.

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Mark Hewins 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

They'll still have the offshore money laundering and tax evasion..

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ernest rogen 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

When enough RATS get of the ship it will float again. What about all the remain stories telling us we can not work in the EU does this mean the Two faced EU are happy if you are rich. LOL RATs get out make room for those who want to work the new 3 country UK as Boris sold Northern Ireland to the EU in hope of a fare trade deal which he didnt get. Boris turned his back on us and left us under EU court control how he can keep his face straight when he says all the UK has now left the EU LIE after LIE he told us no border in Irish sea then bang its done to keep his EU masters happy. then he said simple customs bang again its full customs in both directions custom declarations are needed. Even to board an internal UK ferry to this part of the UK with an empty van means making Goods vehicle movement documents. We are not part of the UK now and see no reason to sit quietly in the corner. The EU declared war on us and war they will get We will start with a boycott of EU goods We have brought NI to a stand still before and are well able to do so again. EU hands of Northern Ireland

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Robert Craske 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Comment how your life and finances have improved since Brexshit.

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Craig M. 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

Horrible decision….I am seeing it with just a minor minor situation of buying things on eBay or online with uk based sports stores… injustice don’t buy from uk anymore…a €100 here and there from 1 person…no big deal…but millions and millions, it ADDs UP quickly

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Mathew O'Brien 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

liz wants to join the CPTPP
will this change anything given that Biden is likely to withdraw Trump's withdrawal

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Colin rogers 13/09/2021 - 3:37 Sáng

NOW IT`S SINGAPORE ON THEMES ASAP

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