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MarketWatchDec 10, 2018
London Markets: FTSE 100 dragged lower as U.K.'s May delays Brexit vote
London markets were turbulent on Monday, with the FTSE 100 ending choppy trade in negative territory after British Prime Minister Theresa May delays a crucial parliamentary vote on her Brexit plan.

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FT.com - Financial MarketsDec 10, 2018
Global stocks unsettled by trade and Brexit worries
Sterling tumbles and gilts rally as May pulls parliamentary vote

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USA Today MoneyDec 10, 2018
Why is the stock market dropping? Dow sheds 90 points on trade, Brexit concerns
Stocks fell Monday, as investors fretted over trade tensions with China, a delayed Brexit vote and a flattening yield curve.        

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MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 10, 2018
U.K.'s May confirms Brexit vote delay, says deal must include controversial Northern Ireland backstop
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal she agreed with the European Union would be delayed during a speech in the British House of Commons on Monday. The primer minister further said there was "no deal available that doesn't include the backstop," referencing the agreed solution to dealing with the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Members of parliament critical of May's deal have said the backstop could become permanent and thus infringe upon the U.K.'s sovereignty. May added that she would do anything she could to get further assurances on the backstop from the EU. The British pound extended its sharp losses following May's speech, touching a fresh 20-month low. Sterling last bought $1.2531, down 1.6%, according to Factset. The euro was up 1.6% versus the pound, buying £0.9086.

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Reuters BusinessDec 10, 2018
Apple helps Wall St. pull back after S&P hits eight-month low
Wall Street fell for a fourth straight day on Monday, sending the S&P 500 to an eight-month low, with banks, energy and health stocks leading losses on mounting worries over global growth, the U.S.-China trade war and uncertainty over Brexit.

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US STOCKS-Apple helps Wall St pull back after S&P hits 8-month low (Reuters Company News)

Reuters Company NewsDec 10, 2018
US STOCKS-S&P drops to 8-month low on global growth worries
* Banks lead financials lower as Brexit worry hits bond yields

USA Today MoneyDec 10, 2018
Another tough day for markets: Dow loses more than 300 points on trade, Brexit concerns
Stocks fell Monday, led by a sell-off in bank and Apple shares and fueled by trade worries, a delayed Brexit vote and a flattening yield curve.        

Forbes HeadlinesDec 10, 2018
A Secret Dividend Growth Stock You Should Buy As Brexit Shocks Financial Markets
Concerned about Brexit? Fear not: this stock should continue to thrive regardless of how, or if, the UK exits the European Union.

FT.com - Financial MarketsDec 10, 2018
GoPro shifts production out of China to avoid tariff threat
Pound falls to lowest level since June 2017 on reports of delay to parliamentary Brexit vote
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