The FTSE 100 has rallied for the second day in a row after the post-Brexit sell-off, gaining almost 2% in early trading, while movements in sterling have stabilised.
As investors begin to digest the Brexit outcome of last week's EU referendum and take advantage of opportunities after the earlier sell-off, the UK's blue-chip index continues to rebound today by 1.7%...
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