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The dollar surged after the Brexit vote as investors sought safe-haven assets, but there might not be too much demand left from nervous buyers.
Now is not the time to panic, even after the Dow and S&P hit their lowest levels since March, pros warn.
British finance minister George Osborne ruled himself out of the running to succeed Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday.
In case you're wondering how Brexit impacts U.K.'s creditworthiness, the derivatives market may offer different clues than the bond market.
One strategist reckons it'd take a big, new post-Brexit shock to push gold higher, another says it'll hit $1,400 regardless.
Most Asia markets ended higher, holding up better than global peers as a post-Brexit rout wiped out as much as $3 trillion of market capitalization.
This is what should be done by politicians to avoid a global recession after Brexit, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich says.
Just days after voters steered the UK towards a "Brexit" from the EU, England provided another shock, crashing out of the Euro 2016 towards Iceland.
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.
With the Brexit hammering global equities and currencies, bitcoin has bucked the trend.
U.S. REITs, and the real estate underlying them, are the power play for the anxious investor after Brexit.
Declining coal consumption will help clear China's smog, but coordination on alternative power is needed, WEF Tianjin hears.
Markets hemorrhaged more than $3 trillion through Monday, according to data from S&P Global, the worst ever.
Financial market turmoil from the U.K. Brexit vote couldn't come at a worse time for the world's major central banks.
Jim Cramer usually tells investors to buy into weakness, but this time around, he is changing his tune.
The "Fast Money" traders spotted some opportunities to buy stocks as markets continued to sell off post-Brexit.
Jim Cramer breaks down the recent Twilio IPO to determine if it is worth investing.
The signs say gold may be topping out, but it is still a good hedge, Goldman's Jeffrey Currie says.