The asian financial markets reacts moderately on Tuesday's vote in the british parliament on the prime minister Theresa Mays plan for Britain's withdrawal from the EU.
May suffered a thundering defeat, and it was the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour party to make a proposal on a mistillidsafstemning to Mays government.
the Vote is expected to take place around the bell 20 Danish time. There are in the house of Commons a debate, which begins at 14.
Mays crushing defeat may mean that the Uk leaving the EU the 29. march without an agreement, but observers also mention the possibility that the decision to leave the european UNION can be taken up for reconsideration, writes the news agency Reuters.
The japanese stock market is at noon, a decrease of 0.7 percent, while australian equity index rises 0.2 percent.
the Elections, wont that trigger the selling in the financial markets due to the uncertainty, there is a choice, but the british situation is more intricate than a normal choice, says economist Stephanie Kelly from Aberdeen Standard Investments in Edinburgh to Reuters.
She expects the british pound will swing back and forth, until the outcome of Wednesday's mistillidsafstemning is known.