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Big U.K. homebuilders bear the brunt of investor angst, while a regional focus has cushioned smaller players.
The eurozone central bank probably won't cut rates on Thursday but whatever it decides, policymakers will be criticized.
Europe's manufacturing sector shrugs off Brexit vote.
Italian banks jump after a finance minister reassured markets, but a rally among homebuilders runs out of steam.
Burberry gains in London as same-store sales fall less than expected, but a rally among house builders runs out of steam.
Miners prop up FTSE 100 as benchmark index enters bull territory.
The current Home Secretary looks poised to succeed Cameron after rival Leadsom drops out of the leadership race.
The pound falls to a new 31-year low and government bond yields decline.
M&G joins Aviva and Standard Life in stopping investor withdrawals.
Shares in London-listed real estate companies fall as the investor suspends customer access to one the U.K.'s largest commercial property funds.
Barclays shares decline, as three former traders are found guilty of Libor-rigging.
Royal Bank of Scotland chief says a post-Brexit slump could set back reprivatization plans by two years.
A closely watched gauge of sentiment in the sector enters contraction territory for the first time in more than three years.
A falling pound could help luxury goods and technology exports, according to analysts following 'Brexit' implications. But builders and retailers may suffer.
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