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Brexit has unleashed uncertainty for months and years to come in the foreign exchange markets, says Keith Underwood. Here are the winners and losers.
Looking beyond today's global market turmoil, Brexit could have far-reaching effects on the earnings equation for the rest of 2016.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers says Brexit after-effects on the world will depend "heavily on psychology."
Ian Bremmer offers up a quick take on Brexit winners and losers. Trump was almost a winner, but then ...
In the wake of a global selloff, Brexit could be changing the market narrative in a big way.
It's a crazy day to be a trader! NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari asks, "How could I have so misjudged the mood and the market psyche?"
Cameron represented stability and solid economic management that made the U.K. a destination for foreign investors, says BreakingViews' John Foley.
Brexit with benefits: Don't miss out on the bargains in the U.S. equity market that have come courtesy of the British electorate, says John Kilduff.
Donald Trump's chances of winning the presidential election just shot up after the UK vote proved the global air of rebellion can lead to real results at the polls, says Jake Novak.
THe Fed may have to take back its lone rate hike—and even bring more "helicopter money"—after the UK's shocking vote to leave the EU, says Ron Insana.
Self-driving cars may have bugs but they don't get distracted like humans, says IBM's chief innovation officer.
I am not known as a bleeding-heart liberal. I had an "A" rating from the NRA during most of my career, says Ron Klink.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross hit the nail on the head, says Jake Novak—this presidential election is not about facts.
Banks shouldn't be political punching bags that are regulated into submission, says Thomas J. Donohue. We need smart reforms, not punitive measures.
The "smart" money may be betting against a "Brexit" but harsh weather and asymmetric risk could be raining on investors' parade.
Dodd-Frank's regulatory burdens are devastating the economy. Here's how our plan will fix that, says Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer.
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