Financial markets in the US have wrapped up for the day.
Not the most exciting day for US share traders. Flat at the start and glued to Janet Yellen's testimony - largely centred on the uncertain strength of US economic growth with external risk factors including energy prices, China growth and - yes - Brexit.
The Dow Jones ended up 0.14% at 17,829.73 points. The Nasdaq was also up 0.14% and the S&P up by 0.27%.
The pound finished in the US down 0.35% at $1.4645, and against the euro the pound was up 0.17% at €1.301.