Pound resumes slide after Carney speech

A range of $1.20-$1.25 is favoured by several analysts

Brexit: FT markets’ analysis in review

A look back at our coverage before and after the vote

Pound rallies ahead of current account data

Bounce expected to be shortlived as Brexit worries take hold

Brexit buying opportunity seized in US

Big-name bargain hunting goes on but new capital stays shy

FTSE 100 adds to rally after Carney speech

Sterling and gilt yields under pressure

Brexit threatens City of London: a Q&A

London is the world centre of the complex plumbing of markets, but leaving the EU complicates that

Explaining Asia’s brutal Brexit reaction

Extent and range of the region’s sell-off reveals deeper links between markets

FTSE 100 recoups post-Brexit vote decline

Global stocks rally as dollar and yen fall

Japan should not depreciate currency

Intervention should be limited to smoothing turbulent markets

FTSE 100 erases Brexit losses

Index in dollar terms remains 8.5% cheaper than pre-vote level

How Brexit caused a Wall Street sell-off

Reminder of political risk arrives with equities looking ripe

Renminbi fix points to policy stability

Beijing sets exchange midpoint at unexpectedly strong level

Brexit — how will central banks respond?

Vote complicates struggle with low productivity and high debt

UK’s ERM crisis a template after Brexit

Weaker pound acts as safety valve that eurozone countries lack

Stocks and pound stage tentative rally

Yen and gold retreat as Brexit shock fades

Catching the post-Brexit markets bounce

Financials play a key role in equity market recovery

Winners and losers from the pound’s fall

UK exporters receive boost; banks and small business at risk

Markets and politics — the awkward dance

Perception and reality in both spheres are hopelessly interlinked

Brexit waves batter global markets

● S&P and Fitch cut UK credit rating ● Cameron rules out second referendum ● RBS shares down 15%

US bank shares hit for second day running

Materials and financial sectors worst hit on Brexit consequences

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