The post-Brexit future of the City of London, in relation to one of its largest markets, is in jeopardy.
The last-minute free trade deal between Brussels and London excluded any provisions over the ability of UK-based financial firms to sell services into the European Union after 31 December.
Billions of euros of daily share trading activity have already shifted from London to Amsterdam this year as a consequence.
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