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Just days after voters steered the UK towards a "Brexit" from the EU, England provided another shock, crashing out of the Euro 2016 towards Iceland.
Standard & Poor's lowers the United Kingdom's sovereign credit rating from "AAA" to "AA."
With the Brexit hammering global equities and currencies, bitcoin has bucked the trend.
The Brexit vote will likely put the brakes on what little forward momentum was left for British economic growth.
Banks in Europe saw their stocks fall for a second straight session as the United Kingdom's historic vote last week weighed.
Here are a few quick thoughts from former BBC economics correspondent Duncan Weldon on what he sees as the most pressing problems in the UK right now.
EU leaders aren't likely to follow the UK's lead and jump ship, says this former UK ambassador to the EU. But will Brexit fever hit the US with a President Trump?
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has hit the tennis lawns, too.
Marketing experts say Brexit played to mainstream fears instead of intellectual reason, leading to the exit of the U.K. from the EU.
After voting to quit the E.U., Britain faces an economic slowdown that will warrant more monetary easing, a pickup in inflation, and huge political uncertainty.
Former U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez says the U.K. needs to act soon to stem the bleeding from lost trade deals after a Brexit.
This is what should be done by politicians to avoid a global recession after Brexit, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich says.
Technology company Jawbone confirms: Londoners lost some sleep the night they voted to leave the European Union.
The U.K.'s main political parties are mired in crisis following the country's unprecedented decision to leave the EU.
Tense relations between Ankara and Moscow look to be easing after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan apologized for having downed a Russian military jet.
A lesser-quoted barometer for the U.K. economy is currently highlighting the bruising losses for investors following the surprise leave vote in the referendum.
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