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    Art market on edge after Brexit vote

    Following last week's vote of the UK choosing to leave the EU, art dealers and collectors are holding their breaths to see how the referendum results will affect the market.

  • Queen Elizabeth II

    The property portfolio of the U.K.’s royal family is delivering bountiful returns for Queen Elizabeth II.

  • A small group gather to protest on Parliament Square the day after the majority of the UK public voted to leave the EU.

    The UK has spoken. Last week, 51.9 percent of the public voted to leave the EU. However, those who voted to remain aren’t giving up without a fight.

  • Is Brexit a vote against globalization?

    After the U.K. decided to exit the EU last week, many experts wonder whether the policy of globalization is still welcome in today's world.

  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang gives a speech during the World Economic Forum on June 27, 2016 in Tianjin, China.

    Almost all foreign companies in China get a sweet return on their investment, Premier Li Keqiang tells CEOs at WEF.

  • Japan's policymakers can't do much to yank the yen off the peaks it's scaled since the Brexit vote, Goldman's chief Japan strategist warned.

  • Nigel Farage booed and jeered
    Nigel Farage booed and jeered

    UKIP leader and MEP, Nigel Farage, addressed the European Parliament, but his colleagues were not happy to see him.

  • Queen ready for a pay rise
    Queen ready for a pay rise

    According to the latest figures, Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family could be in for a multi-million pay rise. That's because the Crown Estate had a record profit last year. CNBC's Phil Han reports.

  • Sorry Boris... it might be PM Theresa May
    Sorry Boris... it might be PM Theresa May

    A new poll shows that Convservative voters in the UK actually prefer Home Secretary Theresa May as their next leader over former London Mayor Boris Johnson. CNBC's Phil Han reports.

  • The U.K. is likely to do better alone than an unwieldy union of 27 countries whose leaders have yet to figure out where they are going.

  • China's having a new "industrial revolution," Li Keqiang says, and the IoT and sharing economy will help drive growth going forward.

  • Singapore Airlines plane catches fire
    Singapore Airlines plane catches fire

    A Singapore Airline's Boeing 777 caught fire as it was making an emergency landing at Changi Airport. The right engine burst into flames with 222 passengers onboard.

  • Spain fails to elect government
    Spain fails to elect government

    Spaniards went to the polls Sunday and failed to elect a new majority government - it is the second hung parliament in six months. CNBC's Phil Han reports.

  • Richard Halpern, aka The Fake Austin Powers, attends BritWeek's 10th Anniversary VIP Reception & Gala at Fairmont Hotel on May 1, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

    Irish-born Londoner Garret Cummings has one thing to say to his fellow countryman after the vote to leave the EU. "Oh, jolly good. Well done us!"

  • Britain's richest battered
    Britain's richest battered

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports on how hard the Brexit-related sell-off hit some of the wealthiest people in Britain.

  • Traders from BGC, a global brokerage company in London's Canary Wharf react as European stock markets open early after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
    UK starts to count the cost of Brexit vote

    Moody's lowers outlook for the post-vote U.K. to "negative" while euro zone finance minister warns City will lose out to Frankfurt and Amsterdam.

  • Timeline: UK votes to leave EU
    Timeline: UK votes to leave EU

    The United Kingdom becomes the first country to vote to leave the European Union. CNBC tracks how the night unfolded.

  • Pound's shocking crash
    Pound's shocking crash

    On news that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, the British pound has crashed to levels not seen since records began.

  • Brexit: What happens now?

    A look at what might happen in the 72 hours immediately following a ‘leave’ result. CNBC reports.

  • Drooling face and avocado join the emoji club
    Drooling face and avocado join the emoji club

    Unicode is now official making standard a whole new set of characters and - yes - 72 new emoji