The rating was headed by the city of new York.
This year new York came in first place in the list of largest financial centers in the world, ahead of London just two points, according to the Chronicle.info with reference to mresearcher.com.
This is stated in the review of the financial consulting company Z/Yen Group Ltd., every six months, which calculates the indicator in the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI).
Third place is Hong Kong – 783 points. Fourth place was reserved Singapore, but Shanghai, Tokyo pushed on the fifth line. The top ten also included Sydney, Beijing, Zurich and Frankfurt, which jumped by 10 positions up. Meanwhile, Toronto, Boston, and San Francisco dropped out of the top 10, once on the 11th, 13th and 14th places respectively.
In the ranking there are a lot of beginners. In particular, the South African from Cape town was on 38th place between Dublin and Munich. The list also joined Gujarat Indian (77) Chinese Hangzhou (86-e) and the Bulgarian capital Sofia (97th).
In General, the experts Z/Yen noted that the financial centres in Eastern Europe and Central Asia for the year showed a positive trend. In addition to St. Petersburg, in the region allocate Astana, Budapest and Tallinn.
In Western Europe, according to experts, has improved Zurich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Vienna and Milan. This is attributed to the fact that these cities can win in the result of a British exit from the EU (Brexit) and the progressive loss of the London leadership.