The pound plummeted and the London’s FTSE fell in the wake of Britain voting to leave the EU.
At one stage sterling fell by more than 10 percent, numbers not seen since 1985.
The pound recovered somewhat after reassurance from the Bank of England, but was still down 6 percent.
The FTSE also lost big by some 8.7 percent again the biggest drop since 2008, but has since stabilised at around 4 percent.
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The vote caused alarm in the financial community with London bankers claiming it was the most volatile trading they had ever seen.
The banks had to take some big hits Barclay’s and RBS both lost around 30 percent, but later recovered to around 17 percent.