The price of UK equities and bonds is at its lowest point in decades. Investors have not been drawn back into the market as a result of it.
The U.K.'s FTSE 250, a broad index of domestically focused equities, has dropped about 10% since Liz Truss won the election for prime minister in early September
Exceeding declines for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500.
Ten-year U.K. government bond yields are now trading above a historically high 4% level.
Last week they reached their highest level since 2008.
Sterling is now trading at its lowest level vs the dollar since 1985.