London's FTSE 100 opened down 9% at the open after the news of Brexit hit the wires. By the end of day, the UK market had bounced 6%, making day traders and volatility speculators very happy but making everyone else nauseous.
STERLING has continued to slide against the US dollar as trading reopened after Friday's record crash. The pound dropped to 1.3390 dollars as markets resumed in Asia, a fall of more than 2.1% on top of the 10% plunge seen after Thursday's referendum.
NEW YORK, June 27 (Reuters) - Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union roiled global markets for a second day on Monday, hammering U.S.
LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - British financial markets were engulfed in further turmoil on Monday, with 10-year government borrowing costs sinking below 1 percent for the first time and sterling hitting a 31-year low against the dollar as investors bet ...
The FT looks at the possible implications for British consumers following last week's Leave vote on matters such as mobile phones, travel, petrol and energy costs.