LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent new shockwaves through financial markets on Monday, with the pound falling despite government attempts to ease the political and economic turmoil that has been unleashed.
Global markets will face more sharp swings in the week ahead as investors assess the impact of British voters' decision to quit the EU.
UK financial markets remain volatile in the wake of the Brexit vote, with sterling plunging to a 31-year low against the dollar, and some share trading temporarily halted.
Ryanair will not deploy new aircraft on routes to and from the UK next year, following the Brexit vote, and will instead focus on the European Union.
London estate agent Foxtons has warned its full-year profits and revenues will be lower than expected due to “significant uncertainty” in the housing market brought about by Brexit.