Will U.K.'s New PM End Market Uncertainty?
Theresa May now has just two days rather than two months to build a team to rescue the U.K. from its worst political crisis in a generation and begin extricating it from the European Union. May, 59, is on a fast track to succeed David Cameron as prime minister after Andrea Leadsom withdrew from the race to be Conservative Party leader on Monday. She is poised to take office by Wednesday night, having previously thought she had until the end of the leadership election on Sept. 9 to calibrate her plans. Columbia Threadneedle CIO EMEA Mark Burgess discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Caroline Hyde on "Countdown." (Video edited to remove incorrect graphic.)