The uncertainty surrounding the U.K.'s so-called Brexit referendum will continue to weigh on financial markets at least until voting day on June 23, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Thursday. In his news conference following the central bank's rate decision, the ECB boss said the discussion about whether the U.K. should leave the EU already has had some significant consequences on the markets, such as the steep decline in the pound . He said he expects these jitters to continue in the run-up to the vote and possibly also after the ballot. However, Draghi said the outcome of the referendum only poses "limited" risk to the eurozone recovery.
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