The aftershocks of the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union continued to ripple through financial markets Monday, sending the pound and European shares sharply lower even as central bank officials helped stoke a modest rebound in Asia.
Japanese and Chinese stocks rose Monday but other Asian markets declined, crude prices fell further and U.S. shares appeared headed for a lower opening as jittery traders watched for more fallout from Britain's vote to exit the European Union.
Stocks in Japan rebounded Monday, after getting slammed by Britain's decision last week to leave the European Union, helping lead much of Asian equities higher.
Here’s what I think of CNN hiring Donald Trump’s campaign manager, seemingly seconds after he was fired:Sad!
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Sunday spoke for the first time publicly about Britain’s vote to exit the European Union and took a jab at the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in the process.