Some of the wider implications of Britain's decision on Thursday to leave the European Union, commonly called Brexit, have started manifesting.
Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) is likely to keep the Indian rupee under a tight bear grip of around Rs 67-68 to a US dollar in the very near-term.
Mark Carney is likely to drop out of the European Central Bank's annual summit in Portugal this week. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters.
China finance experts have warned that Britain's decision to leave the European Union will "cast a shadow over the global economy".
The outlook for the UK 's credit rating has been downgraded to negative by a leading agency in the wake of the Brexit vote, with warnings higher borrowing costs could hit ordinary households in the longer term.