Money live blog: Market reactions to the referendum result and what it means for your pocket

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Rachel Rickard Straus for

01:43 EST, 24 June 2016

01:43 EST, 24 June 2016

We’re in for a bumpy ride.  

The markets closed last night expecting to wake up to a vote to remain. The pound was at a 2016 high, the FTSE gaining strength throughout the week. 

Today we are waking up to a very different reality. Already the pound is at a 30-year low and markets in Asia have been in turmoil overnight. 

Here we bring you the latest on how the markets respond to the news, what the experts believe it’ll mean for our economy and our analysis on what the vote will mean for your money.  

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