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For much of the period leading up to Thursday's referendum, gambling markets had pointed solidly in favor of the U.K. staying in the EU.
Emerging market assets have witnessed sharp market swings amid uncertainty over the Brexit vote, but a leave outcome could shine a new light on the sector.
Positive sentiment may be too much, too soon. Stocks still have a tough road to setting and holding new record highs.
Oil lost more than 5 percent and gold gained at least the same as it became clear Britain had voted for a Brexit.
Former BP CEO John Browne says the U.K. would likely never recover from leaving the EU.
The pound plunged to a more-than-30-year low against the dollar on Friday as it became clear the leave vote would carry the day.
A Brexit from the EU could play out like a divorce in which London-based law firms stand to gain from commissions made on smoothing out the details.
The Conservative member of Parliament told CNBC that Thursday's Brexit referendum is "the most important vote in my political lifetime."
Global stock markets mostly gained on Thursday, as the British public went to the polls to vote on whether to remain in or leave the European Union.
Bitcoin has plunged almost 25 percent since last week amid problems at a key exchange and diminishing fears of a Brexit.
To leave or not to leave? That was the question for millions of British voters as they decided on staying in or divorcing from the European Union.
Analysts have predicted double-digit percentage moves in case of an exit, while a significant relief rally is anticipated if there's a remain vote.
The consequences of a British vote to leave the EU would be as deadly as the collapse of Lehman Brothers, according to Finland's outgoing finance minister.
How would a Brexit vote impact the political landscape of Europe?
HBO's hit fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" could face some costly obstacles while filming its final two season if the U.K. leaves the European Union.
Britain's biggest retailer reports a second successive quarter of UK underlying sales growth, the first time it has done so in over five years.
Your guide to how soon the U.K.'s crucial decision will emerge after Thursday's vote.
CNBC's complete coverage of the U.K. vote to remain or leave the EU.
Millions of British citizens living abroad are able to vote in the Brexit referendum, and many are torn.
U.S. lawmakers want to resurrect a Cold-War agency to flush out spies amid a fresh spate of Russian threats, according to reports.
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Hans Jörg Schelling, Austrian finance minister, speaks about the German far right's return to politics following Sunday's election result.
Sean Corrigan, director at Cantillon Consulting, speaks about the market reaction to the German election result.
Frank-Christian Hansel, parliamentary manager of the AfD in the Berlin State Parliament, says that his party is "euro-skeptic, not Europe-skeptic."