LONDON (Reuters) - Companies began triggering plans to keep operating if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement, a “no deal” scenario the Bank of England said could plunge the economy into a crisis not seen since the 1970s.
The sell-off in U.S. stocks picked up steam, with investors dumping the tech darlings that carried the bull market for much of its record run. Treasuries advanced with the yen.
Investing.com - The number of housing starts in the U.S. rose broadly in line with expectations in October, while building permits declined, painting a worrying picture of the U.S. real estate sector.
Bitcoin’s price continues to slide despite the oversold conditions signaled on the technical charts for the last six days.
Next trading day's important events
19:30 (GMT 3) UK PM Theresa meets EC Juncker
S&P 500: 2649.73