When it became clear on Friday that Scotland had voted to reject independence, shares on the London Stock Exchange rose 18 points (0.27%) to 6837.92, while the pound surged to record highs against the euro and dollar, but then fell back later in the day.
Some brokers said buyers were even making offers which were conditional on a No vote, while there were also warnings mortgage deals would have become harder to obtain if Scotland did become independent.
Hyundai Motor and its affiliates did not obtain board clearance for the size of their record $10bn offer for a plot of land in Seoul's Gangnam district, according to a report.
Borrowers keen to take advantage will be able to benefit from a price war sweeping the mortgage market, as lenders battle to attract new customers ahead of an interest rate rise.
New Lotus chief executive Jean-Marc Gales has confirmed that the small British sports car manufacturer is considering launching both a sedan and an SUV.