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London remains the leader in the ranking of the world's largest financial centers

The financial consulting company Z/Yen Group Ltd., which calculates the Global Financial Centers Index once every six months, called London the world's top financial center with a result of 782 points, despite Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

On the second place - New York (780 points), on the third - Singapore (760 points), on the fourth - Hong Kong (755 points), on the fifth - Tokyo (740 points). At the same time, Singapore is rapidly reducing the gap with New York - six months ago it was 42 points.

Sydney entered the top ten, rising from 11th place to 8th, Zurich, on the contrary, left it, dropping from 9th to 11th place.

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