The UK economy is "resilient" to the impact of the EU referendum vote, G7 finance ministers and central bank governors have said.
They said steps had been taken to "ensure adequate liquidity and to support the functioning of markets" and that they were ready to use "established liquidity instruments to that end".
"We affirm our assessment that the UK economy and financial sector remain resilient and are confident that the UK authorities are well-positioned to address the consequences of the referendum outcome," they said in a statement.
"We recognise that excessive volatility and disorderly movements in exchange rates can have adverse implications for economic and financial stability.
"We remain united and continue to maintain our solidarity as G7."
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