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International Markets

US stocks still sliding amid Brexit fallout

Jun 27 2016 16:03

US stocks have tumbled, joining European markets in a two-day rout due to worries about the impact of Britain's vote last week to leave the European Union.

International Markets

Sterling, stocks slide on Brexit alarm

Jun 27 2016 15:01

Britain battled to stop worldwide Brexit alarm but failed to prevent the pound crumbling to a three-decade low against the dollar as European shares took a plunge.


Brexit ripples through European currencies as Krone, Euro tumble

Jun 27 2016 14:39

The Norwegian krone has tumbled, leading declines in continental European currencies including the euro, as the UK’s shock decision to quit the EU roiled global markets.


Brexit fallout drags down JSE

Jun 27 2016 13:34

Financial shares on the JSE with direct exposure to the UK economy have traded sharply down, which in turn led the rest of the market lower.

International Markets

Asian stocks rebound after Brexit vote triggers selloff

Jun 27 2016 11:13

Asian stocks have rebounded from the steepest slump since August after last week’s British vote to leave the European Union roiled global markets.


Emerging assets fall second day on Brexit concern

Jun 27 2016 10:30

Emerging-market shares and currencies have dropped for a second day on concern Britain’s decision to exit the European Union will sap global economic growth.

International Markets

European stocks slide as investors brace for Brexit

Jun 27 2016 10:12

European stocks have fallen for a second day, extending losses as investors continued to speculate on the fallout from Britain’s shock vote to leave the EU.


Volatile rand dives over Brexit as Fed silver lining emerges

Jun 27 2016 09:04

The rand has remained the worst-performing emerging market currency, but an analyst says there is a silver lining for the local unit.

International Markets

HSBC, Nomura fall in Asia as Brexit may force costly move

Jun 27 2016 09:02

HSBC and Nomura have extended declines in Asian trading on concern that Britain’s vote to leave the EU may force banks with in the UK to undergo costly relocations.


Gold surges for 2nd day as investors seek havens after Brexit

Jun 27 2016 07:43

Gold has jumped a second day as shock waves continued to reverberate through financial markets following the UK’s vote to exit the EU boosting demand for haven assets.


Oil extends slide on worries about impact of Brexit

Jun 27 2016 07:38

Oil prices have suffered fresh losses in Asian trade as the fallout from the Brexit vote batters confidence and ushers in a period of uncertainty.


Pound slump deepens amid Brexit turmoil as gold gains with yen

Jun 27 2016 07:08

The aftershocks of the UK's Brexit vote has continued to reverberate across financial markets, with the pound extending its selloff near a 31-year low.


Gold rally isn’t over as traders see lasting Brexit gain

Jun 26 2016 20:07

The fallout from the Brexit vote will mean even more gains for gold, which already surged to a two-year high after the UK voted to exit from the European Union.

International Markets

Global markets lose $2.1trn in Brexit rout

Jun 26 2016 13:36

Britain's shock vote to pull out of the European Union wiped $2.1 trillion from global equity markets as traders panicked in the face of a new threat to the global economy.

International Markets

Gulf stocks fall on Brexit vote

Jun 26 2016 14:17

Stock markets in the energy-rich Gulf states have dropped in the first trading session after Britain voted to leave the European Union.

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