By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland wants to have more detail about how the British government plans to leave the European Union to prevent a "hard Brexit" that would severely damage the economy, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Tuesday. After Britain's vote to leave the EU, Sturgeon said Scotland may seek another independence referendum - something that could split the world's fifth largest economy apart just as it attempts to go it alone outside the European bloc. A supporter of EU membership, the head of Scotland's devolved government said the Brexit vote showed deep voter disillusionment over free trade, immigration and what she said was unfair distribution of the spoils of globalisation.
Eight more bodies from the wreck of a boat carrying hundreds of migrants were recovered from Mediterranean waters off Egypt on Tuesday, ambulance sources said, taking the death toll to 177. Rescue workers and fishermen said they had rescued at least 169 people, but confusion remained over how many might still be unaccounted for.
By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Worries about Europe's banks wrenched stocks into reverse on Tuesday and halted a surge in Mexico's peso that followed Democrat Hillary Clinton's victory over Republican Donald Trump in the first U.S. presidential debate. Europe's mood soured as Deutsche Bank shares hit another record low on nagging worries about the lender's health and left Wall Street futures pricing in barely a rise for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial .