Why Merkel Wants to Give U.K. Time to Reflect

European stocks fell for a second day, extending losses as investors continued to speculate on the fallout from Britain’s shock vote to leave the European Union. Shares tumbled the most since 2008 on Friday as the Brexit win put an end to a recent bout of optimism and set the stage for months of uncertainty while the U.K. negotiates its exit from the bloc. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will host EU President Donald Tusk in Berlin today to talk about the U.K.’s exit plan. Hertie School of Governance Director Henrik Enderlein discusses with "On the Move" hosts Caroline Hyde in Berlin and Guy Johnson in London.

Why Stock Market Volatility Is at Such a Low Level
44:31 - Bloomberg's Cameron Crise discusses the volatility in U.S. stocks with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal, Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
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