News of the United Kingdom's vote to Leave the European Union shook financial markets Friday, and signaled the start of potentially years of economic uncertainty for Europe.
House sales are expected to fall as people put major financial decisions on hold after UK voters backed Brexit. 05:33, UK, Saturday 25 June 2016.
Markets uncertainty in the wake of Brexit has seen the pound plunge in the past 24 hours. Sterling was down yesterday against every single major currency group - falling to its lowest level since 1985.
HONG KONG Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union could derail a raft of financial services projects agreed between China and the United Kingdom, which for years has marketed itself to Beijing as its best economic and financial friend in Europe.
FTSE 100 finishes the week up more than 2% after recovering from 8.7% drop as pound slumps to 31-year low. Markets. Other markets.