Britain out of the EU shaking global financial markets
Sabah ( Reuters ) -
Moody's downgraded the credit rating outlook of the United Kingdom from stable to negative, and noted that the vote the exit of Britain from the European Union could lead to weak economic growth
and the decline in the US Wall Street Index and the FTSE FTSE UK 100 sharply on awindy day of trading after the Rating the exit of Britain from the EU.
the big companies dropped president index in London rose 7 percent in early trading at 5,800 points, but closed at the end of the day , down 3.15 percent at 6,138 points. And it suffered the New York Stock Exchange and European markets of the largest declines, with the Dow Jones index recorded its biggest decline in a single day in nearly five years.
Sterling fell more than 8 percent against the dollar and 6 percent against the euro.
Fell Index (S & P 500) rose 3.6 percent - in the largest daily fall in ten months - while the Nasdaq index fell 4.1 percent to be that the worst day for the index , which focuses on the technology since 2011. he said Jack Abilene, chief investment officer at «IBM or» private Bank ,: «this event was in fact, as an unexpected surprise to most global investors. We will see more days like today, the collective wisdom may be wrong in other cases as well. »
In London, the FTSE 250 index, which consists mostly of companies doing business in the United Kingdom, 7.2 percent down to close at 16,088 points.
Fell Wal Stock Exchange Street sharply in late trading, the Dow Jones index more than 600 points, or 3.4 percent , to close at 17,400 points.
the group «Oldermor» financial Services are more companies that dropped its shares in the FTSE - 250 index, down 32 percent, also closed shares of the company «Crest Nicholson» for the construction of real estate on a decline of 26 percent.[/rtl]