LONDON—U.K. Treasury chief George Osborne moved on Monday to reassure households, businesses and financial markets that the U.K.
... * Impact of Brexit fallout in Asia likely to be limited. * Volatility to stay high for the time being. * Asia outperformed global markets on Friday.
Oil bulls could end up road kill following the Brexit ballot. Crude tumbled as much as 6.8 percent June 24 after U.K. voters decided to leave the European Union.
(Repeats with no changes). * EBA to be relocated soon after Brexit, two EU officials said. * Paris, Frankfurt most likely to host agency.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang addressed concerns over the 'Brexit' outcome at the opening ceremony of the 'Summer Davos' economic forum Monday, calling for “a fundamental solution” to ensure a stable global economy.