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Ftse stages fightback following loses brought on by eu vote
More than �40 billion has been added to the value of Britain's biggest companies after the financial markets staged a fightback following punishing falls in the wake of the Brexit vote.
How have different asset classes fared after the vote for Brexit?  
FTSE rebounds and sterling steadies after Brexit hits  
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A businessmen who introduced Dominic Chappell to Sir Philip Green said he "never thought in a million years" that he would end up running BHS.
Just three months ago, a ticket-fighting bot was launched in New York City to help drivers challenge parking fines - and it's already been used more than 9,000 times.
The fallout from Brexit could make the Australian dollar even more alluring to investors, say leading economists and fixed income experts, adding to already intense pressure on the RBA to cut the cash rate to at least 1.5 per cent.
Planned property developments including a 62-storey City skyscraper and two London projects by the Queen's property company, the Crown Estate, have been called into question by the UK's vote to leave the EU.
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