EU referendum: European Union to discuss British ‘divorce process’ on Wednesday

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Brexit referendum results LIVE: As Britain opts out of European Union in a historic referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will resign from the post in October, adding that country require fresh leadership.

Brexit LIVE: Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will resign from the post in October, adding that country require fresh leadership. Brexit: Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will resign from the post in October, adding that country require fresh leadership.

Brexit referendum results: As Britain opts out of European Union in a historic referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will resign from the post in October, adding that country require fresh leadership. Cameron said that he wants to reassure Brits living in Europe, Europeans living in Britain that there will be no immediate change. Cameron added that there will be no change in how United Kingdom’s goods and services are being sold.

The British currency fell as much as nine percent to a 30-year-low below $1.35, marking a sharper dive even than on ‘Black Wednesday’ in 1992 when financier George Soros was instrumental in pushing the pound out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism that predated the euro.

Nigel Farage has gone ahead and called it the ‘Independence Day’ for Britain and has even asked David Cameron to quit. The final national result is to be officially declared by UK Electoral Commission’s chief counting officer Jenny Watson from Manchester Town Hall.

Meanwhile, Indian markets have plunged as much as 900 points on prediction that Brexit will happen.

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Nigel Farage (front), the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) reacts with supporters, following the result of the EU referendum, outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain. (Reuters)Brexit referendum results LIVE: Nigel Farage (front), the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) reacts with supporters, following the result of the EU referendum, outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain. (Reuters)

Here are the LIVE updates of the Brexit referendum from the Fe Online:

12:30 am: European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker insisted on Friday that Britain’s decision to leave the EU was not the beginning of the end for the bloc.

12: 15 am: “A bad day for Europe”, says Germany’s Gabriel

12:00 am: EU members should avoid any revenge after UK vote: Germany’s Steinmeier

11:30 pm: US President Obama speaks with UK PM Cameron

11:00 pm: European Union leaders will meet without the British counterpart David Cameron on Wednesday to discuss the “divorce process” with London after Britons voted to leave the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday.

10:30 pm: India fully prepared to deal with Brexit: Amit Shah

10:00 pm: French Central Bank says closely monitoring impact of Brexit vote on financial markets and their stability

21:30 pm: The economic and strategic rationale for T-TIP remains strong: US Trade Representative Michael Froman

8:00 pm: IMF’s Lagarde: important for clarity on UK EU Negotiaton process post berxit

7: 20 pm: Wall Street plunges at the open after shock Brexit vote: U.S. stocks plunged at the open on Friday, with the Dow Jones average falling more than 500 points, after Britain’s vote to quit the European Union delivered the biggest blow to the global financial system since the 2008 financial crisis.

7:15 pm: Europe must act quickly where it’s needed and must, once and for all, let member states handle what is their exclusive domain: French President Francois Hollande

7:00 pm: US will work with Britain, EU for a smooth transition post Brexit: Antony Blinken.

6: 50 pm: US bank JP Morgan says UK jobs could move abroad

6: 45 pm: My sense is that this puts more of the onus on authorities to ensure that there is no anticipation of copycat effects across the world: Raghuram Rajan on Brexit

6: 40pm: We must analyse the Brexit situation calmly and not rush into any decisions: Angela Merkel

6: 35pm: Donald Trump on Brexit: I love to see people take their country back

6: 28pm: The vote reflects unhappiness with migration and security worries: Vladimir Putin

6:25pm: Brexit reflects UK’s dissatisfaction with European bureaucracy: Vladimir Putin

6:20pm: Will try to minimise effects of Brexit on Russian Economy: Vladimir Putin

6:15 pm: Vladimir Putin says doesn’t expect influence of Brexit on sanctions on Russia

5:56pm: ISIS delighted with Brexit, calls for attacks in Europe, says media report

5:55pm: Brexit positive for India-UK ties: G P Hinduja

5:54pm: Brexit to force Indian firms to rework biz strategy: Industry

5:39pm: Can’t compare Brexit to 2008 crisis, will provide liquidity to cushion Brexit impact: Raghuram Rajan

5:30pm: Cos with UK exposure take a big knock as Brexit stumps markets

5:23pm: London gold dealers report surge in coin, bar demand on Brexit vote

5:17pm: Govt, RBI seek to soothe wracked investor nerves after Brexit

5:16pm: US would have preferred a different Brexit outcome: US Vice President Joe Biden

5:11pm: Turbulence in global trading markets after EU referendum

5:06pm: No EU regulation bonfire for City of London after Brexit

5:02pm: Scotland ‘highly likely’ to hold second independence vote after EU vote: Sturgeon

4:54pm: No rush to leave EU: Boris Johnson

4:49pm: Players in financial services may relocate from London: Pai

4:45pm: Regulators step up vigil as Brexit rattles markets

4:36pm: Brexit will boost India-UK ties: Priti Patel

4:20pm: Sri Lanka defends Brexin campaign

4:14pm: Rajan wants central banks to keep off competitive devaluation

4:13pm: Cameron announces resignation, says new PM should steer UK

4:07pm: Swiss say Brexit vote complicates its EU immigration talks

4:01pm: Pro-Brexit leader Johnson says nothing will change in short term

3:56pm: Italy’s 5-Star hails Brexit as democracy, wants Italy vote on euro

3:51pm: Kejriwal cites ‘Brexit’, says Delhi statehood referendum soon

3:50pm: One must do everything to prevent other countries from exiting the EU: Poland’s Preseident Duda

3:44pm: Southeast Asian stocks Slump as Britain votes to exit EU

3:40pm: Brexit could slow EU enlargement, Croatia warns

3:35pm: UK PM Cameron meets Queen after Brexit vote

3:24pm: India strong enough to overcome Brexit fallout:Industry bodies

3:20pm: Bank of England to take to ‘all necessary steps’. Swiss central bank intervenes to stabilise franc after Brexit. Czech PM urges more flexible EU following Brexit.

3:15pm: Donald Trump hails Britain’s vote to exit EU as ‘great thing’

3:11pm: European airlines slump on Brexit vote, IAG warns on profit. Emerging markets dive on Brexit shock

3:08pm: India to rework FTA with EU after Brexit: Commerce Secretary

3:02pm: UK PM David Cameron says will step down by October after Brexit vote

2:58 pm: Brexit to offer better market access to India: SBI chief

2.56 pm: Japan’s banks brace for counterparty risks at British peers following Brexit

2.54 pm: Brexit to offer better market access to India: SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya

2.50 pm: Sinn Fein calls for Irish unity poll as Brexit fallout begins

2.48 pm: British ex-PM Blair says Brexit will have “enormous consequences”

2.42 pm: China iron ore, steel slip in calm response to Brexit

2.38 pm: Vodafone says too soon to say what Brexit means for HQ

3.35 pm: Investors hide in top-rated German debt as Brexit rocks euro zone

2.30 pm: Russian c.bank says has enough tools to counter volatility after Brexit vote

2.24 pm: Negative consequences of Brexit results for Russia will be limited, says Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov

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2.05 pm: EU must work hard to maintain unity after Brexit vote-Estonia PM

1.57 pm: Ukraine president expects Russia sanctions to continue despite Brexit

1.55 pm: Will have to see how implementation rolls out: US Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Brexit

1.50 pm: Hong Kong shares tumble on Brexit vote, then pare losses

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1.45 pm: UK watchdog says Brexit will have major implications for finance

1.42 pm: Eurotunnel shares drop by a third despite reassurance after Brexit vote

1.40 pm: Brexit negative for Indian IT industry: ex-Infosys honcho Gopala krishnan said today.

1.39 pm: LSE, Deutsche Boerse press on with $30 bln merger after Brexit vote

1.38 pmItaly PM Matteo Renzi says after Brexit EU must become “more just and human”

1.36 pm: Swedish PM says Brexit vote is “wake-up call” for EU, bloc must show it can respond to people’s expectations

1.34 pm: Jeroen Dijsselbloem: Lesson of Brexit is that Europe has to focus on doing better, not deepening.

1.32 pm: Spain to seek co-sovereignity on Gibraltar after Brexit

1.30 pm: Bank of England Governor Carney says there will be a period of uncertainty and adjustment

1.25 pm: Brexit unlikely to lead to contagion: EU’s Martin Schulz

1.20 pm: Tusk says EU ‘determined to keep our unity as 27’ after Brexit

1.15 pmOpened up Pandora’s box: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw on Brexit

1.10 pm: Stock markets worldwide went into a tizzy today, with Asian shares tumbling nearly 8 per cent, as Britain’s decision to leave the European Union rattled investor sentiments globally. European markets too opened on a negative note with London Stock Exchange’s FTSE index crashing over 7 per cent or 467 points to 5,875.

1.05 pm: Brexit is biggest global financial shock since 2008 crisis, experts

1.03 pm: Australia’s ties to Britain to stay ‘intimate’ after Brexit

1.00 pm: Value multifaceted relationships with both UK and EU, says India

12.52 pm: David Cameron quits as Prime Minister, will step down in October.

12.51 pm: Cameron says Britain needs “fresh leadership”

12.50 pm: Cameron: I fought this campaign the only way I know going with what I strongly believe

12.49 pm: Cameron: We have to prepare for new talks with EU

12.48 pm: Cameron on Brexit: I am proud and honoured to have been PM of this country for 6 years

12.45 pm: Prime Minsiter David Cameron says decision must be respected

12.40 pm: ‘Sad day for Europe, Britain,’ says German foreign minister

12.38 pm: Brexit: Experts see huge volatility on more ‘exit’ concerns

12.36 pm: Brexit vote should prompt Europe to reform – Dutch PM

12.34 pm: European leaders in shock, EU to look inward, as Britain votes to go

12.32 pm: Poland’s foreign minister: If Euro Zone deepens integration following Brexit and Treats rest of EU as a facade, then EU project may end in ‘Castrophy’

12.30 pm: UK opposition leader says Brexit vote is due to anger at governments

12.28 pm: Far right FN party calls for French “Frexit” referendum on EU

12.24 pm: Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is likely to result in the country entering into recession, said Richard Buxton, head of UK equities at Old Mutual Global Investors

12.20 pmAustralian shares plunged more than 3 percent and New Zealand stocks slumped more than 2 percent on Friday, as voters in Britain took the historic decision to pull out of the European Union, roiling global markets.

12.14 pm: Wipro says watching potential impact of Brexit

12.12 pm:UK opposition leader Corbyn says Britons feel very angry at way marginalised by successive governments

12.10 pm:Anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage says EU is dying; calls for ‘Brexit government’ in UK after vote

12.08 pm: Tata Motors’ luxury arm Jaguar Land Rover said, “It will remain committed to all its manufacturing sites and investment decisions.”

12.06 pm: The European Union must change quickly not just because Britain has voted to leave the bloc but to strengthen support for its citizens, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said.

A vote leave supporter holds a poster in Westminster, London, Britain June 24, 2016. (Reuters)

12.04 pm: UK opposition leader Corbyn says Britons feel very angry at way marginalised by successive governments

12.00 pm: Britain’s vote to leave the European Union hides no serious risks for Russia, but it is likely to lower “investor appetite” for taking risks, TASS news agency quoted Russian Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseev as saying

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11.58 am: Pankaj Sharma, Head of Equities, Equirus Securities, said the Brexit outcome is a surprise and it is completely opposite of what the markets were factoring in even as late as few hours back.

11.56 am: Ambit Investment Advisors CEO Andrew Holland, who hails from Britain and has been active in Indian equity markets since 2006, said “Brexit is a huge negative outcome and has far reaching ramifications for global markets and economies.”

11.54 am: Conservative lawmaker Wollaston, who supported Remain, says at some point there will be a change of leadership

READNSE’s volatility index hits more than 4-month high as Britain leaves EU

11.52 am: Brexit vote-UK electoral commission declares Britain has voted to leave European Union

11.50 am: Britain’s vote to leave the European Union hides no serious risks for Russia, but it is likely to lower “investor appetite” for taking risks, TASS news agency quoted Russian Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseev as saying

11.48 am: Aston Martin Chief Executive Andy Palmer warned on Friday that Britain’s exit from the European Union was likely to require additional “productivity and efficiency” gains at the British sportscar maker, Palmer urged the UK government to secure tariff-free access to EU markets.

11.46 am: France’s foreign minister says “sad for Britain”, Europe will continue, but it must react to regain people’s confidence

11.44 am: Pascal Lamy, right hand man of Jacques Delors, says about Brexit: “This is a bad day for the European dream”

11.42 am: French investment bank Exane BNP Paribas forecast a fall of up to 15 percent on European stocks in the coming days

11.40 am: Irish government: Brexit clearly has very significant implications for Ireland, as well as for Britain and for the European Union

11.38 am: Finland’s foreign minister, eurosceptic Finns party leader Timo Soini, said one must respect the result of Britain’s EU referendum, adding that any “retaliation” in future negotiations between the EU and Britain must be ruled out

11.36 am: Executives at Asian automakers with factories in Britain, largely set up to export to the European Union, say they could slow investments in Britain or pause them for now, after the country voted to leave the 28-nation bloc. Toyota and Nissan, had been among the manufacturers that have warned that a period of uncertainty would follow a Brexit vote, as trade and labour deals with Europe are renegotiated.

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11.35 am: Foreign minister Hammond says clearly the UK economy is now going to face some very big challenges

11.33 am: FINAL RESULTS: Leave: 51.9%, or 17,410,742 votes, versus Remain: 48.1%, or 16,141,241 votes

11.32 am: European Parliament President Martin Schulz expects negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union to begin quickly

11.30 am: Bank of England says has undertaken extensive contingency planning and is working closely with HM treasury, other domestic authorities and overseas central banks

11.28 am: White House says Obama will continue to be updated by his team as the situation warrants

11.27 am: European Parliament President Martin Schulz expects negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union to begin quickly

11.26 am: Arun Jaitley: Immediate, medium-term firewalls solid in form of healthy forex reserves; Govt, RBI prepared to deal with any short-term volatility

11.25 am: Jaitley: Strongly committed to macroeconomic framework with rock solid commitment to fiscal discipline

11.24 am: Japan’s Line says no change to dual listing schedule following Brexit vote

11.23 am: Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s said Britain’s top-notch “AAA” credit rating is no longer tenable after voters opted to leave the European Union, the Financial Times reported on Friday.

11.22 am: Arun Jaitley: Aim will be to smoothen volatility and minimise Brexit impact on the economy in the short-term

11.21 am: Aston Martin CEO says Britain must seek tariff free European market access post Brexit

11.20 am: US President Barack Obama was briefed on the “leave” result of Britain’s European Union referendum, and expects to have an opportunity to speak with British Prime Minister David Cameron over the course of the next day, a White House official said.

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11.18 am: Poland’s foreign minister says Brexit is a sign of need for change of the EU concept

11.16 amBrexit knocks off over Rs 4-trn from India stock market wealth

11.15 am: RBI prepared for any eventuality, will intervene in currency markets when necessary; rupee’s fall lesser than many other currencies: Rajan.

11.14 am: South Korea’s Vice Finance Minister Choi Sang-mok said in an emergency meeting convened to address Brexit that the government expects significant market turmoil as the Leave result was not expected by markets globally

11.12 am: Colin McLean, Managing Director at SVM Asset Management: Certainly, some international investors could find the UK less attractive but history shows us others are positively attracted to economies that get a devaluation boost

11.11 am: Poland’s foreign minsiter says Brexit is a sign of need for change of the EU concept

11.10 am: Joe Rundle, Head of Trading at ETX Capital: Leave’s victory has delivered one of the biggest market shocks of all time. Panic may not be too strong a word

11.08 am: Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan told staffers his bank “may have no choice” but to overhaul its UK business model, casting a pall over its 16,000 strong workforce.

11.06 am: E-mini futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq resumed trading early on Friday and were down nearly 5% after earlier hitting overnight limit thresholds following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. The drastic slump in index futures suggested Wall Street would open with deep losses. Futures on the Dow Jones industrial average fell 3.7 percent as investors feared Britain’s exit from the European Union could shock the world’s economy.

11.04 am: Vote Leave chief Matthew Elliott: There is little appetite among the majority of Conservative lawmakers to depose Prime Minister David Cameron who should now prepare to negotiate Britain’s exit from the European Union

Vote Leave supporters walk along a street in central London, Friday, June 24, 2016. Britain entered uncharted waters Friday after the country voted to leave the European Union, according to a projection by all main U.K. Vote Leave supporters walk along a street in central London, Friday, June 24, 2016. (Reuters)

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11.02 am: International gold prices jumped as much as 8 percent to its highest in more than two years as investors fled toward safe-haven assets such as bullion

11.00 am: Conservative Mep Hannan says no one has suggested any change to status of EU nationals in Britain

10.59 am: Brexit campaigner and former defence secretary Liam Fox says there will be a period where we will disentangle ourselves from the EU

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10.57 am: Brexit vote-leave has won more than 16.784 million votes, enough to guarantee victory in EU referendum: BBC

10.55 am: France’s far right National Front party called for a referendum on European Union membership in France as Britain voted to leave the bloc

READ: From trade to migration: How Brexit may hit the EU economy

10.54 am: Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he expects a period of uncertainty and some instability in global markets but the immediate impact on Australia will be limited.

10.53 am: Mike Baele, MD with the private client reserve group at US Bank in Portland, Oregon: Brexit adds weight to the camp that the Fed would be on hold. A July (hike) is definitely off the table

10.52 am: Matt Sherwood, head of investment strategy at fund manager Perpetual in Sydney: Obviously, there will be a large spill over effects across all global economies if the “Leave” vote wins. Not only will the UK go into recession, Europe will follow suit.

10.51 am: Brexit vote- Fox says strong incentive to speed up process of leaving the EU

10.49 am: Gold prices in India jumped 6 percent to their highest level in nearly three years following gains in overseas markets and on a weaker rupee

10.47 am: There will be a bloodbath on a lot of asset classes: Andrew Ng, head of treasury and markets, DBS Group

10.45 am: German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that Britain’s vote to leave the European Union marked a sad day for Europe

10.43 amNorthern Ireland’s largest Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein said a British vote to leave the EU intensifies the case for a vote on whether Northern Ireland should leave the United Kingdom

10.40 amThe Chinese yuan slumped to more than 5-year lows around midday, prompting the central bank to intervene via state banks’ selling dollars as Brexit jolted global markets

10.38 am: BREXIT CAMPAIGNER AND FORMER DEFENCE SECRETARY LIAM FOX SAYS THERE WILL BE A PERIOD WHERE WE WILL DISENTANGLE OURSELVES FROM THE EU

10.36 amDutch anti-immigration leader Geert Wilders called on Friday for a referendum on the Netherlands’ membership in the European Union

10.34 amJapanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said that he would firmly respond to currency market movements if necessary to prevent “extremely nervous moves” from continuing, while closely watching movements with a sense of urgency

10.31 am: LEAVE HAS WON MORE THAN 16.784 MLN VOTES, ENOUGH TO GUARANTEE VICTORY IN EU REFERENDUM – BBC FIGURES

READ: Britain votes to leave European Union; check out the talking heads’ take on Brexit

10.25 am:  UK votes to Leave EU

10.15 am: BREXIT CAMPAIGNER AND LABOUR LAWMAKER GISELA STEWART SAYS THERE SHOULDN’T BE A GENERAL ELECTION

10.08 am: China’s yuan slumps to over 5-yr low on Brexit fears, c.bank suspected of intervention

10.06 am: Former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb called Britain’s vote to leave the European Union a “bad nightmare”

10.04 am: Don’t think Brexit will impact India in medium or long term: Banking Secretary Anjuly Duggal.

10.03 am: German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Friday described Britain’s vote to leave the European Union as “a bad day for Europe”.

10.02 am: Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday the BOJ stands ready to provide sufficient liquidity, including by using existing swap arrangements with other central banks, to ensure market stability.

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10.00 am: DOWNING STREET AIDE SAYS ‘WE’RE IN UNCHARTERED TERRITORY’ FOLLOWING BREXIT VOTE

9.59 amSterling plunges to 31-year low, biggest ever fall, as UK votes Brexit

9.58 am: REMAIN ON 14.584 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 15.705 MLN AFTER MORE THAN 90 PCT OF VOTES COUNTED – ITV

9.57 amShaktikanta Das: Govt may accelerate growth programmes following UK’s Brexit decision. Govt prepared for all eventualities; stock market down on initial spontaneous reaction: adds Shaktikanta Das. 

9.56 am: As far as Rupee is concerned, we see it in line with other currencies, said Shaktikanta Das

9.55 amShaktikanta Das: Seeing spontaneous reaction from market on Brexit

9.54 am: We are prepared to deal with the situation emerging out of Brexit, says Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das

9.52 am: Motherson Sumi: No cross currency impact from Brexit as the company is a local manufacturer in Europe.

9.51 am: Hiren Ved: Expect volatility to continue for some more time in markets

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9.50 amThe European Union is set for a crisis meeting after Brexit vote

9.49 amSINN FEIN CHAIRMAN SAYS BRITISH VOTE TO LEAVE EU “INTENSIFIES OUR CASE” FOR REFERENDUM ON A UNITED IRELAND

9.47 amFlaring Brexit anxiety burns Asia Forex; won, Singapore dollar to see worst day in 5 years

9.44 am: Sterling, stocks in free fall as UK on brink of Brexit

9.42 am: RBI likely preventing rupee from falling past 68.20/dollar, traders say 

9.40 amIndia focusing on market dislocations from Brexit: Jayant Sinha

9.38 amTata Motors shares slump 13% on Brexit jitters

9.37 am: Govt, RBI ready with measures to curb volatility: Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa on Brexit.

9.35 am: Nicola Sturgeon: Every Scottish council has now declared. It’s a clean sweep for Remain in Scotland. Well done everyone

A ballot box is opened for counting at the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as counting gets underway in the referendum on the UK membership of the European Union, late Thursday, June 23, 2016. Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union was too close to call early Friday, with increasingly mixed signals challenging earlier indications that 'remain'; had won a narrow victory. AP/PTI

9.34 am: REMAIN WINS 194,863 VOTES IN LEEDS, LEAVE WINS 192,474 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

9.32 am: SCOTLAND’S FIRST MINISTER STURGEON SAYS EU VOTE “MAKES CLEAR THAT THE PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND SEE THEIR FUTURE AS PART OF THE EUROPEAN UNION” – PA

9.30 am: UK votes to leave EU with 309 out of 382 results declared, says BBC forecast.

9.27 am: REMAIN ON 13.168 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 14.099 MLN AFTER MORE THAN 80 PCT OF VOTES COUNTED – ITV

9.26 am: RBI intervenes in forex market with liquidity support: Sources

9.25 am: Circuit breaker kicks in for Nikkei futures, trading halted for 10 mins for Japan stock futures

9.24 am: Circuit breaker kicks in for Nikkei futures, trading halted for 10 mins for Japan stock futures

9.23 am: S Naren: It is difficult to predict market movement in the short-term. See Brexit as buying opportunity in the long term

9.22 am: S Naren on Brexit: Don’t expect to see deep correction in Indian markets

9.21 am: S. Naren: Will be concerned if monsoon is not good

9.20 am: NORTHERN IRELAND VOTES REMAIN WITH 55.8 PCT – PA

9.18 amIndian rupee plunges 88 paise to trade below 68 against dollar as Brexit becomes imminent

9.15 am: SKY NEWS CALLS REFERENDUM RESULT FOR LEAVE

9.14 am: BIRMINGHAM VOTES 50.4 PCT TO LEAVE – ITV SAYS

9.13 am: REMAIN ON 12.167 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 13.007 MLN AFTER MORE THAN 25 MLN VOTES COUNTED – ITV

9.12 am: LEAVE WOULD NEED TO WIN 46 PCT OF REMAINING VOTES TO WIN, AFTER MORE THAN 70 PCT OF VOTES COUNTED – REUTERS CALCULATION

9.11 am: ITV SAYS LEAVE TO WIN

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9.10 amBBC forecasts that Britain has voted to leave the EU

9.08 am: Gold surges as voting puts UK on the brink of Brexit

READ: Brexit pushes gold higher, could breach $1400 an ounce

9.07 am: CROYDON VOTES REMAIN -BBC | KINGSTON UPON HULL VOTES 68 PCT TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

9.06 am: ENFIELD VOTES TO REMAIN 56 PCT -BBC

9.05 am: REMAIN WINS 49,738 VOTES IN SOUTHAMPTON, LEAVE WINS 57,927 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

9.04 am: LUTON VOTES TO LEAVE 57 PCT – BBC

9.03 am: CAMDEN VOTES TO REMAIN 75 PCT -BBC

9.02 am: HARROW VOTES TO REMAIN 55 PCT

9.00 am: WAKEFIELD VOTES 66 PCT TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

8.59 am: REMAIN ON 10.886 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 11.590 MLN AFTER MORE THAN TWO THIRDS OF VOTES COUNTED – ITV

8.58 am: NEWHAM VOTES 53 PCT TO REMAIN – PA SAYS

8.57 am: WEST BERKSHIRE VOTES 52 PCT TO REMAIN, WYCOMBE VOTES TO REMAIN – PA SAYS

8.56 am: STRAW SAYS IT IS STILL A VERY CLOSE RESULT

8.55 am: STOCKPORT VOTES 52 PCT TO REMAIN – PA SAYS

8.54 amThe pound has slumped to its lowest in more than three decades as results on Britain’s vote on European Union membership give the “leave” side a small but growing lead. The currency tumbled to $1.3463 on Friday, which was its lowest level in 31 years.

8.52 am: BIRMINGHAM VOTES TO LEAVE- ITV REPORTER

8.50 am: SKY NEWS POLITICAL ANALYST PREDICTS LEAVE ON 52 PCT, REMAIN ON 48 PCT

8.47 am: BRISTOL VOTES LESS STRONGLY THAN EXPECTED FOR REMAIN

8.45 am: PLYMOUTH VOTES 60 PCT TO LEAVE- PA SAYS

8.44 am: TURNOUT STANDS AT 72.1 PCT AFTER ALL 382 COUNTING AREAS REPORT TURNOUT – PA DATA

8.43 am: POLLSTER JOHN CURTICE SAYS BALANCE OF ADVANTAGE IN THE RESULTS SO FAR DOES APPEAR TO BE WITH THE LEAVE SIDE

8.42 am: FARAGE SAYS PM CAMERON SHOULD RESIGN “IMMEDIATELY – PA

8.41 am: CAMBRIDGE VOTES TO REMAIN 74 PCT – BBC

8.40 am: LONDON’S TOWER HAMLETS VOTES 67.5 PCT TO REMAIN- PA SAYS

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8.38 am: WE WILL HAVE WON WITHOUT A SINGLE BULLET BEING FIRED, SAYS FARAGE

8.36 am: REMAIN ON 9.805 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 10.227 MLN AFTER MORE THAN 20 MLN VOTES COUNTED – ITV

8.34 am: FARAGE SAYS JUNE 23 WILL GO DOWN IN OUR HISTORY AS OUR INDEPENDENCE DAY

8.32 am: FARAGE SAYS WE WILL HAVE WON FOR THE WHOLE OF EUROPE, HOPES VICTORY BRINGS DOWN THIS FAILED PROJECT

8.29 am: JPMORGAN SAYS  APPEARS LIKELY THAT THE VOTE WILL BE FOR LEAVE IN EU REFERENDUM

8.28 am: BRAINTREE VOTES TO LEAVE- PA SAYS

8.27 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF  VOTE TO LEAVE EU AT 89 PERCENT – BETFAIR ODDS

8.25 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF  VOTE TO LEAVE EU AT 86 PERCENT – BETFAIR ODDS

8.22 am: SLOUGH VOTES TO LEAVE 54 PCT

8.21 am: BEXLEY VOTES TO LEAVE 63 PCT – BBC

8.19 am: HOUNSLOW VOTES TO REMAIN 51.1 PCT

8.17 am: MANCHESTER VOTES REMAIN

8.16 am: LONDON’S HACKNEY VOTES TO REMAIN

8.15 am: NIGEL FARAGE SAYS NOW DARES TO DREAM THAT DAWN IS COMING UP ON AN INDEPENDENT UK

8.13 am: DONCASTER VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

8.11 am: REMAIN ON 7.67 MLN VOTES, LEAVE ON 8.17 MLN AFTER MORE THAN 15 MLN VOTES COUNTED – ITV

8.10 am: REMAIN ON 48.7 PCT, LEAVE ON 51.3 PCT AFTER HALF OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

8.08 am: WALTHAM FOREST VOTES TO REMAIN 59 PCT

8.06 am: DURHAM VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

8.04 am: CANTERBURY VOTES 51 PCT TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

8.02 am: NEW FOREST VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

8.00 am: Sterling falls to below $1.40 as betting markets have odds of Brexit as high as 74 percent

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7.58 am: The pound hits the lowest at $1.3879, down by 6%.

7.55 am: EDINBURGH VOTES TO REMAIN – PA SAYS. REMAIN WINS 187,796 VOTES IN EDINBURGH, LEAVE WINS 64,498 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

7.54 am: HIGHLAND VOTES 56 PCT TO REMAIN – PA SAYS

7.52 am: EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

7.51 am: REMAIN ON 48.9 PCT, LEAVE ON 51.1 PCT AFTER 150 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.49 am: REMAIN ON 49.6 PCT, LEAVE ON 50.4 PCT AFTER 132 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.48 am: ROCHDALE VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

7.47 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF  LEAVE VOTE IN EU REFERENDUM AT 58.5 PCT – BETFAIR

7.46 am: TELFORD & WREKIN VOTES TO LEAVE – PA SAYS

7.45 am: COVENTRY VOTES TO LEAVE 56 PCT

7.44 am: UK pound takes wild ride as UK referendum results come in

7.41 am: REMAIN ON 49.3 PCT, LEAVE ON 50.7 PCT AFTER MORE THAN 10 MLN VOTES COUNTED-ITV

7.39 am: REMAIN ON 50.1 PCT, LEAVE ON 49.9 PCT AFTER 120 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.37 am: REMAIN ON 49.8 PCT, LEAVE ON 50.2 PCT AFTER 117 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.35 am: ABERDEEN VOTES TO REMAIN – PA SAYS

7.33 am: MERTON VOTES TO REMAIN 63 PCT

7.32 am: REMAIN ON 50.1PCT, LEAVE ON 49.9 PCT AFTER 110 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.30 am: WESTMINSTER VOTES TO REMAIN 69 PCT – BBC

7.25 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF LEAVE VOTE IN EU REFERENDUM AT 44 PCT – BETFAIR

7.22 am: Parliamentary bellwether Nuneaton votes strongly for Leave

7.20 am: REMAIN ON 50.5 PCT, LEAVE ON 49.6 PCT AFTER 90 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.18 am: ISLINGTON VOTES TO REMAIN – BBC

7.17 am: LIVERPOOL VOTES REMAIN-PA. REMAIN WINS 118,453 VOTES IN LIVERPOOL, LEAVE WINS 85,101 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

7.16 am: NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE VOTES 70 PERCENT LEAVE – PA SAYS

7.15 am: REMAIN WINS 58,942 VOTES IN WIGAN, LEAVE WINS 104,331 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

7.14 am: WATFORD LEAVE 50.3 PCT – BBC

7.13 am: WIGAN VOTES LEAVE

7.12 am: PETERBOROUGH LEAVE 61 PCT

7.11 am: BLACKPOOL VOTES 67.5 PERCENT LEAVE – PA SAYS

7.10 am: REMAIN ON 51.3 PCT, LEAVE ON 48.7 PCT AFTER 75 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.08 am: NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH VOTES LEAVE. REMAIN WINS 23,736 VOTES IN NUNEATON & BEDWORTH, LEAVE WINS 46,095 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

7.07 am: HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM VOTES REMAIN – PA SAYS

7.06 am: NORTH TYNESIDE VOTES LEAVE

7.05 am: SOUTH LANARKSHIRE VOTES REMAIN – 63 PERCENT – PA SAYS

7.04 am: REMAIN ON 51.0 PCT, LEAVE ON 49.0 PCT AFTER 65 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

7.03 am: REMAIN ON 51.0 PCT, LEAVE ON 49.0 PCT AFTER 65 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

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7.02 am: BARKING AND DAGENHAM LEAVE 62 PCT

7.00 am: REMAIN ON 51.3 PCT, LEAVE ON 48.7 PCT AFTER 56 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

6.55 am: NEWPORT VOTES LEAVE -PA

6.50 am: WANDSWORTH VOTES REMAIN

6.45 am: OXFORD VOTES REMAIN

6.38 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF LEAVE VOTE 63 PERCENT – BETFAIR ODDS

6.36 am: IMPLIED PROBABILITY OF LEAVE VOTE 57 PERCENT – BETFAIR ODDS

6.35 am: BURY VOTES LEAVE – PA

6.31 am: REMAIN ON 46.5 PCT, LEAVE ON 53.5 PCT AFTER 31 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

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6.30 am: SWANSEA VOTES OUT

6.28 am: MIDDLESBOROUGH 65.5 PCT LEAVE – BBC

6.25 am: REMAIN WINS 3312 VOTES IN CITY OF LONDON, LEAVE WINS 1087 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT

6.21 am: REMAIN ON 47.8 PCT, LEAVE ON 52.2 PCT, AFTER 20 COUNTING AREAS OUT OF  382 DECLARE – PA DATA

6.16 am: REMAIN ON 50.3 PCT, LEAVE ON 49.7 PCT AFTER 19 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS FURTHER BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

6.07 am: HARTLEPOOL UNCONFIRMED RESULT LEAVE HAVE TAKEN MORE THAN 69 PCT-BBC

5.45 am: REMAIN ON 49.2 PCT, LEAVE ON 50.8 PCT AFTER 13 OF 382 COUNTING AREAS PLUS PARTIAL BBC NORTHERN IRISH FIGURES – REUTERS CALCULATION

5.40 am: REMAIN WINS 39,688 VOTES IN DUNDEE, LEAVE WINS 26,697 VOTES IN EU REFERENDUM RESULT-PA SAYS

5.35 am: Leave ahead with 53.7 pct after first 10 counting areas-PA data

5.28 am: REMAIN ON 49.4 PCT, LEAVE ON 50.6 PCT AFTER MORE THAN HALF A MILLION VOTES COUNTED – ITV

5.25 am: WEATHER HAS HAD AN EFFECT ON TURNOUT IN LONDON , POLLSTER JOHN CURTICE SAYS

5.24 am: REMAIN ON 46.9 PCT, LEAVE ON 53.1 PCT, AFTER 8 COUNTING AREAS OUT OF 382  DECLARE – PA DATA

5.23 am: REMAIN ON 47.4 PCT, LEAVE ON 52.6 PCT, AFTER 7 COUNTING AREAS OUT OF 382  DECLARE – PA DATA

5.22 am: LEAVE WINS IN BROXBOURNE – PA

5.21 am: REMAIN wins 51,220 votes in Swindon, LEAVE winds 61,745 votes in EU referendum results

5.20 am: Swindon votes LEAVE – Returning officer

5.15 am: REMAIN – 803 votes wins aginst LEAVE – 621 votes in Isles of Scilly

5.13 am: Former Labour leader miliband says concern about immigration and wider concern about direction of country.

5.12 am: Foyle in northern Ireland 78 pct remain – BBC

5.11 am: London Borough of Lewisham 83 pct for remain – BBC POLITICAL EDITOR

5.10 am: Good results for LEAVE in Hartlepool: BBC REPORTER

5.08 am: North warwickshire LEAVE much stronger than expected  -BBC REPORTER

5.07 am: The campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union might just win Thursday’s membership referendum, Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain’s anti-EU UK Independence Party, said. Speaking after two early results, the cities of Newcastle and Sunderland in northeast England, showed stronger-than-expected support for leaving the bloc, Farage said the vote was “clearly very tight”.

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