What might Brexit mean for London’s financial center?
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Just a couple days and counting until the referendum in the U.K. about whether to stay or get out of the European Union. Economy-wise, it’ll either be another Y2K — nothing to see here — or it could be quite the opposite.
For those who’s job it is to watch global markets, currencies and stocks, it’s the not-knowing that’s the problem. Nowhere less, maybe, than in The City of London, the UK’s financial center.
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