Britain's main stock market has rebounded to its pre-Brexit vote levels that does not mean all is now fine for the country's economy. The index is dominated by multinationals that do not reflect the national economy, which the Bank of England's chief said Thursday would need more monetary stimulus after the vote plunged Britain into an existential crisis and opened up new uncertainties for businesses.
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