The European Central Bank has issued a statement following the outcome of the UK referendum stating that it is closely monitoring financial markets. In addition, the ECB made it clear that it is ready to provide additional liquidity if needed, in euro and foreign currencies. The ECB has been preparing for this 'contingency' and has assured that it considers the euro area banking area to be resilient in terms of capital and liquidity.
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