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The biggest questions about Brexit and the banks

By Bloomberg
18 January 2017   |   9:55 am
London has flourished as a financial hub over the past two decades. If Brexit curtails the U.K.’s access to Europe’s single market, it might become a far less attractive place from which to do business.

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