Markets hate Liz Truss' plan for the UK. Just look at these charts

The British pound crashed below $1.10 by mid-afternoon on September 23. British pound banknotes and coins in a shop in Barking, UK, are seen here on September 13.

When the UK government, led by new Prime Minister Liz Truss, unveiled its plan to rescue the British economy on Friday, the reaction from investors was instantaneous: They hated it.

The British pound crashed below $1.10 by mid-afternoon, hitting a new 37-year low against the greenback.

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