A few days ago, some media pointed out that Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, surpassed London, the capital of the United Kingdom, in January this year, to become the largest stock trading center in Europe.
The Financial Times quoted by Reuters on February 11th said that the Dutch side robbed the business after Brexit, thus expanding its stock trading center.
According to the Financial Times, in January, the average daily turnover of the Amsterdam Pan-European Exchange, the Dutch branch of the Chicago Options Exchange Cboe Europe and the Dutch branch of the pan-European stock trading platform Turquoise exceeded 9.2 billion euros per day.
more than fourfold from December last year.
At present, the relationship between Britain and the EU is relatively tense.
According to Singapore’s Lianh Zaobao on February 11, issues such as vaccine distribution and border inspection in Northern Ireland have strained Britain and Europe.
The EU stressed that the UK needs to fulfill its commitments on Northern Ireland in the “Brexit” agreement.