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All the day’s economic and financial news, as UBS says sterling would suffer a sharp correction if Britain votes to leave the EU
In other news:
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has told MPs that investors fear the pound will suffer fresh losses as the EU referendum approaches
Crude oil dips on renewed supply glut fears, with markets set to end positive week on downbeat note
Iraq’s oil minister says producers need to find a way of restoring ‘normal’ prices
China reopens only marginally lower after the new year break despite a huge miss on trade data, while Japan boosted by hopes of more stimulus measures.
Roling coverage of the ongoing turbulence in the stock markets, and new growth figures from across the eurozone.
Britain can borrow cheaper than ever before, as panic selling drives investors out of shares and into bonds. Federal Reserve chair Yellen testifies again.
Follow our live coverage of the fallout after victories for the insurgents in the New Hampshire primary, as Sanders travels to New York to meet Al Sharpton
- Crashing the parties: Sanders and Trump victories vindicate the ‘outsiders’
- Lucia Graves: Sanders defied the pragmatists – don’t count him out
- Jonathan Freedland: How Trump tore up the rulebook of US politics