After a historic miscalculation by Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain's general election has ended inconclusively with no single party winning enough seats to form a majority government. The final outcome will only be known in coming days, but already it is clear that May's ruling Conservative Party is bruised and weakened. Her own future is in doubt, as is Britain's plan to make a clean and decisive break from the European Union.
British election sows fresh doubts for Asian investors
Inconclusive poll could throw Brexit and global trade plans off track