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Brexit capital gains: Will Europe's financial hubs steal London's crown now the UK has quit the EU?

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Brexit capital gains: Will Europe's financial hubs steal London's crown now the UK has quit the EU?

Brexit capital gains: Will Europe's financial hubs steal London's crown now the UK has quit the EU?

Boris Johnson said Brexit would enable the City of London to 'prosper as never before'.

But the winners so far are the likes of Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris.


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Brexit Brexit The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union

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Amsterdam Amsterdam Capital and largest city of the Netherlands

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