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Rajan Urges Central Banks Not To Devalue Currencies

The RBI chief says India's good economic fundamentals would allow it to overcome any 'sharp corrections' in global markets

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India's Firewalls Strong, Will Withstand Brexit Jitters: Jaitley

The Indian economy is well prepared to deal with short and medium term consequences of Brexit, says the finance minister

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Five Questions For Britain And Europe After Brexit Vote

EU leaders have ruled out further talks on membership - 'Leave means leave,' they say - and many want a quick, two-year divorce while negotiating terms for a future, arms-length relationship may take much longer

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Brexit: It’s A Revolt Against Elites and Pundits

The vote sends out a powerful and strong warning to ruling elites across the world - the common man is simply fed up of the games played by ruling elites and pundits

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Britain's Financial Sector Reels After Brexit Bombshell

A leave vote means the future of Britain's financial services industry, which employs 2.2 million people, is now hanging in the balance

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Pound, Asia Markets Collapse As Britain Quits EU

Sterling crashed more than nine per cent to $1.3305, its weakest level since 1985, while the greenback itself slumped below 100 yen for the first time in two-and-a-half years as traders fled to safety

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Britain Votes To Leave EU In Historic Divorce

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, an outcome that would set the country on an uncertain path and deal the largest setback to European efforts to forge greater unity since World War Two

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'Leave' Scents Victory As European Union Vote Divides Britain

Britain's bitterly contested referendum on whether to quit the European Union was too close to call on Friday as partial results showed a deeply divided nation, while the pound was hammered on growing market fears of a 'Brexit'

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EU Referendum | Early Results Favour Brexit

Early results from Britain's bitterly contested referendum showed a lead on Friday for supporters of leaving the European Union, contradicting opinion polls and prompting wild swings in the value of the pound

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World Watches As Britons Vote On EU Membership After Tight Campaign

A British exit, or Brexit, would deprive the 28-member EU of its second-biggest economy and one of its two main military powers, sending political shockwaves across the continent

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UK Banks Set For All-night Vigil Over 'Brexit' Fears

Bankers fear that a 'Leave' vote could lead to the most volatile markets in decades, especially in currency markets but also in bonds, derivatives and equities

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Britain Votes On European Union Membership After Tight And Bitter Campaign

Britons are voting to decide the future of their country and Europe in a referendum on European Union membership that has divided the nation and is being nervously watched by financial markets and politicians across the world

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Leave Campaign Struggles To Persuade Ethnic Minorities On Brexit

Black and Asian voters tend to back the pro-EU opposition Labour Party, and the little available polling data and previous voting habits suggest the Brexit campaign has faced a difficult battle to win over minority support

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David Cameron Appeals For UK To Remain In EU In Tight 'Brexit' Race

Prime Minister David Cameron has made a last-minute plea to British voters not to give up the "best of both worlds" by voting to remain in the 28-nation EU, a day before a crucial 'Brexit' referendum with polls showing a razor-tight race whose outcome could shape Europe's future

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RBI To Ensure Orderly Markets Ahead Of Brexit Vote

The RBI says it is maintaining a close vigil on British developments, and will take all necessary steps, including liquidity support, to ensure orderly conditions in financial markets

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