U.K. votes to leave the EU: What now?
U.K. votes to depart the EU: What now?

Two British banks were briefly suspended from buying and selling working in london after heavy deficits triggered emergency measures that froze their shares.

Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland both tripped so-known as circuit breakers after crashing greater than 8% on Monday. When buying and selling started again, Barclays (BCS) extended its deficits to greater than 10% and RBS (RBS) shed 13%.

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