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Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) -- A string of scandals and uncertainty over Britain’s membership in the European Union has seen New York steal a march on London as the world’s most important financial center, according to a new survey. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports. (Source: Bloomberg)