By most measures, London rivals New York as the only true global financial center. But Britain's vote to leave the European Union - so-called âBrexit' - means the city could lose its right to sell services tariff-free across the bloc, risking its position as Europe's financial headquarters. Already some banks have said they may shift operations to the mainland. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.
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