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Brexit tremors see pound tumble further in historic rout
The pound resumed its historic slide in the wake of the UK's decision to leave the EU, tumbling to a fresh 30-year low despite an attempt by George Osborne to calm the financial markets.
Osborne: UK economy in a position of strength  
George Osborne battles to calm Brexit nerves... but pound plummets and bank ...  
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Britain's vote to leave the EU has unleashed global market turmoil and the FTSE 250 index, focused on the domestic economy, is enduring a sustained battering.
The UK accounting watchdog has launched an investigation into PwC's audit of BHS, the latest development in the fallout from the UK retailer's collapse.
LONDON Tata Steel's Port Talbot plant has moved a step closer to closure following Britain's decision to leave the European Union, but buyers remain interested, industry sources said on Friday.
The OBR is likely to slash its revenue forecasts from the sale of Britain's rescued banks later this year, Sky News understands.
After clawing back the losses made during the financial crisis, the outlook for high street banks at the beginning of the year looked brighter, with Lloyds forecasting significant dividend growth and investors benefitting from share price growth in all ...

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