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Banks should recognise Asia's growing FX stature

The hunt for the cities to take over London's mantle as the top global financial centre could be over in no time

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Singapore, in particular, has steadily grown to become the third largest foreign exchange centre after London and New York, accounting for 7.9 per cent of the market share alone.

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ON ANY given day recently, more than US$1.3 trillion in currencies would have been traded in the major Asian financial centres of Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo - much of it before the traditional FX centre, London, has woken up.

With its central location and time zone,...

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