With the European Unions greatest financial point set to leave the Union, how can the EU ensure the stability of the Euro?
Even without using the Euro, The United Kingdom has been the primary go “middle man” for purchasing and selling financial products priced in Euros. They handle transactions that could reach 1.5 trillion Euro a day. From the Start the European Central Bank urged this market to be distributed among it members but was never had any authority to force London, a member of the EU, to stop the business. But with Brexit assured, thing could now change.
“Euro Clearing” in London employees about 83,000 jobs directly or by its support network. This would greatly impact the UK if they are to lose their request to maintain the market. At the same time moving these businesses could unnecessarily damage the EU by pushing up costs for companies who use the financial products.