European shares fall following an eighth day of losses on Wall Street
The Vix index – a measure of volatility known as the ‘fear gauge’ – rose to its highest level since the UK voted to leave the EU
Sterling was down 0.6 per cent against the dollar at $1.2284
The size of the world's economy, who controls our pensions and when to pay attention to the stock markets
How quickly the economic shock recovers depends on these factors
Earliest and most violent response seen in the foreign exchange forums as sterling sinks to $1.35 against the dollar - lows not witnessed since 1985
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds and Barclays fell as much as 30 per cent on opening
BMW races to develop driverless cars, Vodafone CEO urges Britain to remain in the EU and Boeing signs a historic deal with Iran
The market has reached a point in its descent where investors are inverting the classic advice to sell high, buy low. Sit tight in a storm, writes Simon Read
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If there has ever been a year to show passive investing is far from passive, this is it
Borrowing at troubled mining and trading group now set to dip below $20bn
The aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce flew 8.5p higher to 687.5p
Shire releases its third-quarter results next Friday
For all its heavyweight muscle, ‘Britain Stronger in Europe’ lacks financial clout
The turmoil in global financial markets has shattered the confidence of domestic businesses, according to an important snapshot of economic sentiment.