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Dáil recalled as Brexit fallout deepens

Stock markets are braced for another volatile day

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

27th June, 2016
Young protesters in the UK demonstrate against the decision to leave the EU Pic: Getty

The result is also likely to dominate the National Economic Dialogue – a two-day meeting of government ministers, unions and employers to discuss the budget, which also gets underway today.

With more than $2 trillion wiped off the value of global share prices on Friday, markets are braced for another volatile day. Although Asian stocks were slightly higher overnight attention has shifted to the currency markets, where both the pound and the euro were under pressure.


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