While levered long investments still need to unwind, the Allianz economist sees "opportunities for those who have cash."
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!"
U.S. President Barack Obama offered poignant advice to entrepreneurs on the heels of the Brexit referendum.
When asked why the markets and polls got it so wrong, Marc Faber, editor of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC, "They were conducted or paid by the elite."
The government has the responsibility to free entrepreneurs of policies that hamper technology — even it is scary, Obama said.
Hours after the Brexit, British expats gathered at local pubs in New York to express their disbelief.
Doubleline Capital CEO Jeffery Gundlach had some sage investing advice: Take it slow.
Markets should look toward politicians, not just to central banks, to parse the results of Brexit, experts told CNBC on Friday.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan says the Brexit vote brings in a period that's even worse than the October 1987 crash.
Ian Bremmer offers up a quick take on Brexit winners and losers. Trump was almost a winner, but then ...
Britain's exit of the European Union will not divide the "indispensable" partnership between American and the EU, Obama said.
How Britain's exit from the European Union could impact Amazon.
Powerful storms in West Virginia left fourteen people dead and thousands without power. NBC News reports.
The British referendum could seem to Americans like a provincial problem. But from the perspective of many American companies, the British are employees and customers.
Financials suffered the most in the market shock waves following the Brexit vote, and amid the carnage, one trader sees even more pain to come.
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Saxo Capital Markets' Christoffer Moltke-Leth talks about the wild swings seen in the sterling and other currencies.
A surprise vote from Britain in favor of leaving the EU sent global markets into disarray. According to one analyst, volatility will continue.
JPMorgan expects the Federal Reserve would raise U.S. interest rates at its December policy meeting.