Official data show that as a result of the referendum, a majority vote in the UK decided to leave the European Union. It is a shock to market participants, politicians and analysts, as opinion polls showed the opposite result: the majority of voters wanted to stay in the EU.
Shares of the stock markets in London and Europe sharply sold, the shares of the British bank's take on the bounce. Pound is moving on a downward trajectory. British Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Friday morning that he will resign, saying that negotiations to withdraw from the EU should be conducted under the guidance of a new leader. The candidate who will replace him, is expected to be selected in October. "I respect the will of the people to leave the European Union", - he said British Prime Minister David Cameron said in a statement on Friday. "Now we have to prepare for negotiations with the European Union."