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London will remain Europe's financial capital despite Brexit
Lloyd's of London staff at the Lloyd's building in the City of London. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters. Financial sector · Nils Pratley on finance.
Lloyd's chairman expects other insurers to follow it to Brussels  
Benefits of Brexit will outweigh the loss of a small number of City jobs  
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Paula Nickolds, managing director of John Lewis: 'Customers are feeling a little less certain of their financial security.' Photograph: Greg Funnell/PA.
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Workers are reflected in the windows of the Canary Wharf offices of JP Morgan in London. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters. Financial sector.
HSBC is to let customers choose more non-gender specific titles for their retail bank accounts. Instead of Mr, Mrs, Ms or the gender neutral Mx, customers can choose from nine titles including "M" and "Misc", the banking giant said.
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