Bonds, Stocks Fall on U.S. Data as Pound Sinks Amid Brexit AngstBy and
Colombian assets tumble after voters reject rebel peace accord
Asian index futures mixed with China shut; crude extends rally
Government debt fell with stocks after data showing expansion in U.S. manufacturing bolstered wagers that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year. The pound slid on concern Britain may face a so-called hard Brexit.
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