by Greg Guenthner
After taking the weekend to mull things over, European investors continue to sell everything in sight post-Brexit vote.
Led lower by bank stocks, European shares picked up the selling right where they left off on Friday. RBS and Barclays shares were briefly halted in London as they dropped 10%, according to Business Insider. Sterling also resumed its historic slide. The pound fell below Friday’s 31-year low earlier this morning.
That’s making the selloff we’re seeing here in the U.S. look positively ordinary by comparison…