Markets battered by Brexit aftershocks

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Sterling falls more than 2 percent, the euro takes a hammering and stocks fall again as uncertainty after Britain's vote to leave the EU drove investors to seek safety in the yen, gold and low-risk government debt. As David Pollard reports, Britain's Finance Minister eased the falls slightly by saying the world's fifth-biggest economy will cope with the challenge ahead.

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