The world's "concerned" about the price volatility after Britain out of the European Union
Reuters / London-Berlin-Moscow-Rome
the inn FTSE Britain 's 100 leading shares about seven percent in early trade , its biggest daily loss in percentage since October 2008 , when global markets fell in the wake of the collapse of Lehman Brothers .
hue FTSE 205 shares of medium - sized companies, which dominated with exposure companies to 11.4 percent , the British economy.
as news agencies quoted Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev as saying that Britain vote for the exit from the European Union increased the volatility of commodity markets which raises concern Moscow.
Medvedev said that the result of the referendum is not important to Britain , but also will affect the global economy and the EU.
He added that Russia needs to analyze all the implications of Britain 's exit and take action in favor of its economy.
as oil prices fell more than 6%, after the British voted for the exit EU in a historic referendum , including triggered a state of extreme uncertainty in the market and hampering Europe 's efforts to promote unity.
and troubled financial markets for months due to concerns about Britain 's exit from the European Union and the impact on the stability of Europe , but it is clear that they were not taking into account the risk of voting for out. the
dollar fell below 100 yen for the first time since November 2013 , while the British pound the biggest losses incurred in living memory.
fell raw International benchmark Brent crude futures $ 2.70 to $ 48.21 a barrel by 0600 GMT , while US crude down 2.65 dollars to $ 47.46 a barrel. in
turn, the Italian Ministry of economy said, on Friday, said that Britain 's decision to exit from the European Union would have a limited impact on the Italian economy , which will stand in the face of fluctuations in thefinancial markets in the near term. the
ministry said in a statement after the Committee to protect meeting financial stability , which includes thecentral bank governor and the head of the body concerned to supervise the stock market , " the Italian banking system , the fundamentals are still strong."
the ministry said the economy that the Italian authorities are "closely following the situation in the capital markets." the
ministry said in a statement : " the Committee considers that the UK out of the EU European would leave no way limited impact on the economy of Italy. "
the minister said the Italian economy Pier Carlo Padoan said in an interview with CNN television that theBritish referendum result showed" that we desperately need to reform the European model. "
for his part, the European Central Bank announced his willingness to inject additional liquidity in euros , foreign currencies if necessary , after the British voted for the exit from the European Union , including led to theglobal financial markets turmoil.
ECB said in a statement : "following the result of the British referendum , the European Central Bank iswatching the financial markets closely and is in close contact with other central banks. "
He added , " European Central Bank ready to inject additional liquidity in euros , foreign currencies if necessary, the ECB will continue to carry out its responsibilities to ensure price stability and financial stability in the euro area. "