LONDON/BEIJING - China, Japan and South Korea fretted over the threat that Britain's vote to leave the EU posed to global financial stability, hours before markets reopen.
NEW YORK/CHICAGO The risk that Britain could yank itself out of the European Union had been telegraphed for over a year, but even U.S. companies with "Brexit" contingency plans have said they were shocked it is now on track to become reality, and are just beginning to work through all of the implications.
NEW YORK Chipmaker Intel Corp is considering the sale of its cyber security business, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
NEW YORK Millions of people draped in the rainbow hues of LGBT pride turned out for an annual parade through New York on Sunday, two weeks after a mass shooting in a Florida nightclub stirred fear and solidarity among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
MADRID Spain's two biggest left-wing parties, the Unidos Podemos alliance and the Socialist party, could come close to clinching an absolute majority together in a Sunday's parliamentary election, several exit polls showed.
Firefighters have begun to contain a wildfire in central California that has killed at least two people and destroyed 200 structures, fire officials said on Sunday, as six other blazes raged in the state in an already intense wildfire season.
VIENNA The European Union should avoid any moves towards political "centralization" or else Austria could hold a referendum on membership of the bloc within a year, a far-right candidate who almost won the country's presidential election said.
JERUSALEM Israel's Harel Insurance Investments and Financial Services said on Sunday it is in talks to buy up to 4 percent in the Tamar natural gas field from Texas-based Noble Energy .