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== == Well I'd say Canary wharf as it is Londons main financial district. More Information Sometimes confusing to people from other countries, there is a tiny area within London called "The City of London." When speaking of it as a financial centre it is usually just called "The City." It is also sometimes called "The Square Mile" because that is its approximate size. Historically, this is where most of the UK's financial institutions were based, and many, including The Bank of England, still are. In the US you may get a news reporter saying "Wall Street re-acted badly to..." something, in the UK they would say "The City re-acted well to the news that...." something else. So, London's equivalent of Wall Street is "The City."

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Q: What is London's equivalent of Wall Street?
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