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Welcome to the world after Brexit: The prime minister resigns. Here's what happens next.
Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, tells CNBC the Brexit vote will lead to the end of the United Kingdom, politically.
It's time for financial markets across the globe to eat a big slice of humble pie, Jim Grant says.
There's a parallel between the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU and the current U.S. political climate, Donald Trump says.
The U.K.'s tech companies are preparing for life after Brexit - and a possible end to the freedoms and benefits they enjoyed in the EU.
Brexit is a big deal, but it isn't a "Lehman moment," according to one global strategist.
Big banks in the U.S. and U.K. expected to post huge losses in Friday trading as the market prices in a new reality.
New York should rise as a global currency trading hub now that Britain has voted to leave the EU, according to a survey of foreign exchange pros.
Traders now believe the already-dovish Federal Reserve won't be raising interest rates at all this year.
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.
Bernie Sanders also says he will fight to shape the Democratic platform and focus on defeating Donald Trump.
Companies and people are issuing statements about the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. We've got the latest list.
Consumers had a slightly dimmer view of the economy prior to Friday's stock market rout.
The British pound is not done falling just yet, Kathy Lien of B.K. Asset Management says.
Orders for long-lasting factory goods fell more sharply than expected in May, amid a huge drop in defense aircraft orders.
David Cameron has announced his resignation as Prime Minister of the U.K. after the shock victory for the campaign to leave the EU.
UK talks with the EU will take up to a decade and could enter 'a legal and political no man's land.'
The amount the U.S. spends to protect its presidential candidates has skyrocketed, surpassing more than $200 million in the current fiscal year.
Nearly every EU member state has a political contingent in favor of leaving the union, and the successful Brexit vote may have just politically legitimized — and energized — those movements.