HONG KONG Asian stocks rose for the first time in three days on Tuesday while sterling and other currencies advanced as investors scooped up beaten down assets after Britain's vote to exit the European Union stunned financial markets.
European markets looked set to follow Asian stocks higher, according to financial bookmakers, and U.S. stock futures ESc1 rose 0.8 percent, suggesting a stronger opening on Wall Street after a brutal two-day slide. [.N]
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