Toronto is one of the ten most economically important cities in the world. A study by Martin Prosperity Institute and Citylab reveals that New York tops the league table of cities, ranked by metrics such as overall economic clout, equity and quality of life, financial power and global competitiveness. Next come London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris, Singapore, Los Angeles, Seoul and Vienna. Toronto ties with Stockholm at number 10 and is the only Canadian city to make the top 25 listing. Read the full story.