UK shares rebound from lowest level since February
Nearly £100 billion was wiped off the value of Britain's biggest companies in the past four days
London's benchmark index posted its biggest drop since February 11 on Tuesday, falling by two per cent and through the 6,000 level, as concerns over a potential exit from the European Union escalated amid polls indicating a lead for the “Leave” campaign.
Sterling also strengthened this morning after slumping to a two-month low against the dollar yesterday, when it dropped by as much as one per cent to $1.4097. The cost of insuring against volatility...
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