But New York has seen its average weekly trade in these contracts balloon by over $600bn (£435bn) since the turn of the year, data provided to Yahoo Finance UK shows. Separate figures shows London's market share has fallen by 75%."
The thing is.... over time, will William Wright be proved correct?
London does 10 Trillion (with a T) a day in derivatives. 50-70 Trillion a week.
You're right to point out that NY is a bigger 'threat' to London than the EU but it's not like London is going to start shrinking. They might grow at a slower rate but the City is going nowhere and anyone who thinks it's success is due to the EU is delusional.
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