"The big picture is thatpoliticaluncertainty could take weeks or months to be resolved and it is likely to weigh on both financial markets (in particular the pound) and the economy", said Paul Hollingsworth, economist at Capital Economics in London.
"As I reflect on the results I will reflect on what we need to do in the future to take the party forward", May said on Friday in a televised statement.
"My resolve is the same that as it has been".
British voters narrowly approved a referendum a year ago to exit the European Union, and Thursday's election raised the prospect that the loss of Conservative seats represented buyers remorse over the Brexit decision.
Britain's opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday there could be another election this year or early in 2018 after the vote on Thursday produced no clear victor.
Now the famous British capacity for muddling through faces a real test as the most important negotiations facing the nation in a generation get fully under way.
The Prime Minister called what she thought would be a Brexit-focused election, but the issue was quickly overshadowed by security as two deadly terror attacks, in Manchester and London, struck during the campaign period.
May had called the election three years early in a bid to strengthen her hand in looming Brexit negotiations, but her gamble backfired spectacularly.
Oil languishes near multi-month lows on glut fears
Portfolio managers also cut their net position in gasoline by 13 million barrels and heating oil by 19 million barrels last week. But a Bloomberg survey found that analysts expect US stockpiles to fall by 1.2 million barrels in the prior week.
The projections indicate that the party remains shy of an overall majority, expected to win around 322 seats, down from the 2015 general election majority of 331 seats.
The Labour Party has said it was prepared to form a coalition government, with Mr Corbyn announcing: "We are ready to serve".
The campaign began with a clear lead for May and the Conservatives, reinforcing a perception that Labour's Jeremy Corbyn was too left-wing to attract widespread support. "I'm not sure that we should read, from the results of this vote, that Britons' sovereign decision on Brexit has been cast into doubt in any way".
Trump has been supportive of the U.K.'s referendum vote to leave the European Union, calling it as a "good thing" in an interview with the British newspaper The Times in January.
If the Labour leader had won seven marginal Conservative seats and formed a so-called "progressive alliance" with all other smaller parties - barring the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) - it would have been enough to command a working majority.
Sterling plunged against the dollar and the euro as the election result created even more uncertainty over the whole Brexit process. It projected 34 for the Scottish National Party and 14 for the Liberal Democrats.
In total, 30,450 people were interviewed as they exited from 144 polling stations across the UK. The Conservative party was hoping to gain some ground in Parliament but in fact lost some seats.
With all but one of the seats declared, the Conservatives, or "Tories", had taken 318 seats, which means voters have elected their second hung parliament in less than a decade. Clearly, the Brexit referendum has made people realise the importance of exercising their right to vote.
Eighteen-year-old Cassandra Doohan has been charged with aggravated grievous bodily harm over little Anastasia Hand's death. The baby died at Princess Margaret Hospital on Sunday after being taken to Bunbury Regional Hospital two days earlier.
The two leaders also will discuss France's military operation against Islamist extremists in Africa's Sahel region. Mr Macron said: "Of course the door remains open, always open until the Brexit negotiations come to an end".
Though online orders are estimated to account for just 1 percent to 2 percent of grocery sales, that figure is expected to grow. The more touch points you have with a consumer, the more you'll be able to sell them everything else.
Jared Kushner , head of the White House Office of American Innovation , delivered remarks to the press during the summit. But if it leads to more government contracting opportunities for small businesses, it may well be worth the wait.
The All Whites' defensive shape was poor against the hosts, and they looked vulnerable to long balls and at set pieces. I think that the difference between these teams is more than obvious. "It was a fair result for how the teams played".
Selon un sondage Harris interactive pour RMC et Atlantico, 57% des Français ne souhaitaient pas qu'il reste au gouvernement . Après l'annonce du départ de Sylvie Goulard, ex-ministre des Armées, mardi, leur position était fragilisée.
The no ball incident happened on Sunday during the India vs Pakistan final match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in London . Fakhar Zaman's maiden one-day global century laid the foundations for Pakistan's formidable total of 338/4.
Pour autant, les conditions inhérentes à ce mode de mise en avant sont encore floues, même si la répartie financière semble actée. Bon, en France pour le moment, personne n'a a priori encore signalé l'apparition de ces chansons sponsorisées .
Cosby lawyer tells jury comedian and accuser were lovers
Prosecutors and police detectives read aloud portions of Cosby's statements to police in 2005 and in a civil deposition in 2006. He is charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault, each one punishable by up to 10 years behind bars.
After Warmbier's death, USA weighs travel ban on North Korea
Trump condemned Warmbier's treatment in a tweet Tuesday afternoon, but gave no indication of what the U.S. will do in response. Wambier's parents did not cite a specific cause of death but blamed "awful, torturous mistreatment" by North Korea.