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    U.K. economy will take a hit from Brexit

    The vote to leave the European Union will damage the U.K. economy and government finances, the country's Treasury chief said Monday.

    Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, speaking publicly for the first time since Thursday's historic referendum...


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Wall Street, Washington react to Brexit

Wall Street and Washington react to the U.K.'s historic vote to leave the E.U.

Brexit markets

Global financial turmoil follows Brexit

In the wake of the British public’s decision to leave the European Union, Prime Minster David Cameron has announced his resignation and world markets were rocked. So far, there have been heavy losses in Asian and European markets and the pound has fallen to levels not seen since 1985. In the U.S., S&P futures dropped 5% overnight and Dow Jones futures fell by 600 points.

Americans and Brexit

Do Americans care about brexit and should they?

When the United Kingdom holds its referendum on Thursday to determine whether the country will remain in the 28-member European Union, an impact will be felt economically in the United States.


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