Britain is not alone: Terrifying international currency graph shows more markets in chaos

However, the Pound saw the largest drop in strength, with the currency falling to $1.03 early on Monday before regaining some ground to stand at $1.08.

The Euro also fell by 18.13 percent, with Canada’s dollar falling 8.05 percent and Australia’s falling 11.85 percent.

On TradingView’s website, they hold that the value of the Pound relative to the US Dollar is at $1.081 as of 10.07am on Thursday.

The website’s technical analysis ratings, which combines the ratings of several technical indicators, said in brief the Pound is currently rated as a “sell”.

According to TradingView’s moving averages, a stock indicator which creates a constantly updated average price, the Pound is a “strong sell” against the US dollar.