Fed on alert for US economic recoil

Futures trading suggests short-term rates will be held until 2018

Checklist: markets rocked by Brexit vote

Pound and FTSE tumble as investors seek safety in gold

Brexit: what is in store for the UK economy?

Experts agree growth will be hit by decision to leave the EU

How will the City fare after Brexit?

UK exit from the EU will have big consequences for international banks

AIIB gathers for inaugural annual meeting

China’s first multilateral development bank to approve maiden loans

Fed pledges to provide dollar liquidity

US central bank ready to use swap lines to quell volatility

Mark Carney

BoE: Brexit will not cause financial crisis

Governor says UK’s central bank is well prepared and has firepower

Do-or-die challenge for the bloc

UK decision is a massive blow for a union already beset by crises

Leaving will reconfigure the UK economy

Britain has prospered inside the EU but it will not do as well outside

Dealmakers warn of chaos with UK tie-ups

Acquisitions will be harder to complete, but targets look cheap

Eastern Europe exposed to Brexit fallout

Analysts pencil in weaker GDP growth

If you break it, you own it

Britain’s revolution will soon enough devour its children

Britain left EU long before the exit vote

I am torn between fear of disintegration and hope that Brexit will force the bloc to fix its faults

Brexit: Britain out, bear in

No one rings a bell when markets bottom

Economic shock of Brexit is just start

The damage beyond the UK may be manageable but political problems loom, writes Stephanie Flanders

UK votes for Brexit: reaction in quotes

Investors and analysts left stunned as the UK votes for historic exit from the EU

Brexit means a bumpy road ahead for the UK

The vote for Britain to leave the EU will have grave consequences

Protectionism barks but still has no bite

Measures blocking imports are well within their historical trends

Eurozone PMI at lowest level since 2014

Fears rise over single currency area’s growth

Brexit would hurt Europe and Britain

Only UK votes today but the result will reverberate across the EU


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