Asian powerhouses Hong Kong and Singapore have cemented their places in the top tier of global financial centres, occupying the third and fourth spots, respectively.
Hong Kong gained two rating points since last year for a score of 783, while Singapore gained four points for a total of 769 in the 24th Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI). The Asian cities are closing the gap on New York (788) and London (786), which switched places from last year.
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