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>> A slump for Sterling on Friday as the UK election left no single party with a clear claim to power. The shock outcome seeing the Pound shed as much as 2% at one point, on fears that British politics could be plunged into turmoil, and discussions on Brexit delayed.
Markets had assumed that Prime Minister Theresa May would easily increase her majority. Now, analysts say investment decisions are likely to be put on hold until there's a clear sign of who will govern the UK. Beyond Britain though, the ripple effect hasn't been huge. One expert pointing out that the UK makes up just 2.5% of global GDP, saying it's hard to see the outcome of this election having a major impact on markets around the world.