Paris, Frankfurt Already Jockeying for City’s Brexit SpoilsBy , , and
Hollande says EU financial market hubs should ‘get ready’
Merkel ally says Frankfurt better destination for clearing
The British seat at the European Union summit had been empty for less than 24 hours before leaders from France and Germany were haggling over one of the U.K. economy’s crown jewels: the business that facilitates trading in euro-denominated derivatives.
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