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Global central banks sound Brexit alarm

They say that they're ready to stabilise their currencies using liquidity facilities left over from the crisis era

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The most recent poll finds that 53 per cent of respondents would vote to leave, compared with 47 per cent for "Remain", excluding those who didn't yet know.

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GLOBAL central banks on Thursday sounded the alarm over the risks posed by a British departure from the European Union, as polls continued to show the "Leave" campaign ahead with a week to go before the June 23 referendum.

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