The despair with which the financial markets greeted the Brexit has nothing on the disappointment and anger of young British voters, Vox reported.
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.
Traders are selling first and asking questions after. But what should investors be thinking? The Reformed Broker reports.
It doesn't make much sense to overhaul an investment strategy based on a blip of market activity, the New York Times reports.
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.
Bill Gross discussed his views on Brexit's impact on global markets, politics and the euro on CNBC on Friday.
The vote by citizens of Great Britain to leave the European Union had an immediate impact on the U.S. presidential race, Politico's Ben White says.
Had money invested in gold or gold miner stocks? Then Friday was a good day.
Why did the U.K. Brexit? why? According to Google, a lot of voters aren't really sure.
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?"
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.
CNBC's Jim Cramer expected a bigger buying opportunity for investors after the United Kingdom's vote on European Union membership.
In the wake of a global selloff, Brexit could be changing the market narrative in a big way.
Despite talks about the European Union disintegrating after a United Kingdom referendum, Pierre Moscovici says.
The U.K. voted to leave the European Union, but JPMorgan isn't leaving the U.K.