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Richard Turnill of BlackRock shares his perspective on the market's reaction to Brexit and its global implications.
The U.S. stock market's reaction to the Brexit vote makes no sense, Howard Lutnick says. Here's why he thinks it's the place to be.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 trades to make in a post-Brexit world.
Kelly Evans, Bill Griffeth, Sara Eisen and Wilfred Frost present the CNBC special report, "Brexit: Facing the Fallout."
Markets are having trust issues, DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says.
Looking beyond today's global market turmoil, Brexit could have far-reaching effects on the earnings equation for the rest of 2016.
Here are the stocks to buy on a pullback that are the least exposed to a potential European economic crisis, according to Goldman Sachs.
Bullish positions in gold and volatility and short bets on China and emerging markets were some of the trades that benefited hedge funds on Friday.
Markets should look toward politicians, not just to central banks, to parse the results of Brexit, experts told CNBC on Friday.
Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, joins CNBC's Rick Santelli to discuss the next potential move by the Fed, after news that Britain will exit the EU.
Shares of Barclays and other European banks fell double digits Friday after the U.K. stunned global markets by voting to leave the European Union.
U.S. stock futures were plummeting this morning, caught up in a global sell-off, though off the lows which saw Dow futures down more than 700 points at one stage.
Blackberry climbed more than 3 percent amid an earnings report that said the firm broke even, topping expectations.
Ahead of Brexit results, some major banks are telling trading clients that their ability to inject liquidity, or additional capital, into certain markets will be limited.
Jim Cramer outlines the companies in tech changing the business, and says Twitter could be the next diamond, but only if one thing changes.
Banks' payout ratio could hit 100 percent of earnings in the next three years, according to one expert.
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