International investors have come up short in the year Britons voted to leave the European Union as the benchmark still hovers below pre-Brexit levels in dollar and euro terms, and is down since the end of 2015. The FTSE 100 has benefited from the fall in the pound since the Leave vote, because the many international companies whose shares are traded in the UK tend to benefit from it.
FTSE 100 hits new closing high for second day in a row The Independent
U.K.’s 2016 Stock Rally Is Boon for Locals, Bane for Rest. Bloomberg News
Oil steadies above $55 ahead of supply cut deal. AL Arabiya
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