The DFDS share dives on Britain's EU exit

Listed shipping, logistics and transport companies are diving on the stock market after the UK's decision to leave the EU became official Friday morning. The move has a strong impact on players such as DFDS with big business in the UK.

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The UK's watershed decision to leave the European Union is sending shock waves throughout the capital markets and is in particular hitting listed shipping, logistics, and transport companies which are seen as being among the most heavily exposed to the plunge of the UK pound on Friday morning.

Denmark's DFDS is among those hardest hit, as the shipping and logistics group has a major exposure to the UK which includes the English Channel, and the company saw its market value plunge by 13.5 percent.

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