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Dame Buller: Our Country Is Significantly Less Safe with a Brexit

Ahead of the Brexit vote on June 23, campaign efforts are ramping up among pro-EU groups and pro-Brexit groups.

But one very important woman believes the people of Britain could be in danger if the vote goes through…

She is known as Dame Buller, and she has held a lot of positions of power and responsibility over the last several years. Now, she's ready to speak out against the Brexit and what it could do to national security...

Global Markets

George Soros: A Brexit Will Lead to a Currency Crash

George Soros announced today that a Brexit would lead to a currency crash more disruptive and worse than the fall on Black Wednesday.

And that's not the only unsettling outcome likely to come from Brexit.

Brexit could also mean the end of global central banks...

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Why the Brexit Could Be the End of Central Banks

The markets' worry over the possibility of a Brexit – that the United Kingdom may actually pull the trigger and leave the world's biggest economic bloc – has been driving volatility for weeks.

Here's the thing… For all the coverage and attention the Brexit is getting, no one's talking about the most frightening prospect – by far – that's going to happen if Britain exits the European Union.

I addressed it on FOX Business' "Making Money with Charles Payne" last Wednesday and got Charles to admit he hadn't heard anyone ever discuss it.

Well, that's because no one's thought about it. Make no mistake – this possibility is out there, and it's the ultimate black swan.

That's a move the ECB can't afford, and it could ultimately lead to the collapse of the ECB and all central banks, including the Fed.

Global Markets

Ahead of Brexit Vote, 5 Must-Know Facts for Investors

Global stock markets rallied Monday following a new poll about the upcoming Brexit vote scheduled for Thursday, June 23.

Despite the new Brexit poll news, the outcome is far from certain.

Here are 5 must know facts ahead of the Brexit vote...

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Your Handy Brexit Vote Cheat Sheet

The Brexit debate keeps raging now that we're only three days away from the referendum.

The benefits and consequences of Britain leaving have been tirelessly debated for months now.

That's why we made this handy Brexit vote cheat sheet that breaks down the fiasco in layman's terms...

Global Markets

Marc Faber: Brexit Is "Best Thing to Happen to Britain"

There are pros and cons to the idea of the Brexit, but Marc Faber, an economist known as "Dr. Doom," has taken a bold stance…

Far from his typical pessimism, Faber predicts that a Brexit would be the best thing to ever happen in Britain's history.

Here's why...

Global Markets

The Next 3 Countries to Drop Out of the EU If the Brexit Referendum Passes

Brexit referendum polls are showing that a Brexit is likely. And although this concerns many economists, they're far more worried about the"domino effect" of a successful Brexit.

Other countries could follow Britain's lead if it leaves the EU.

Here are three of the most likely...

Global Markets

BREXIT CHART: The Largest and Smallest Economies in the EU

The European Union (EU) is seeing renewed interest by investors because Britain wants to leave.

The EU referendum vote on June23 will determine whether the United Kingdom will remain in the EU.

Use our refresher to identify the 28 member countries in the European Union. We also showed the largest and smallest economies in the group...

Profit Alert: How to Play the Market's Brexit Anxiety

There are just 10 trading days left until voters across the United Kingdom cast ballots to decide whether the UK will stay in the European Union… or make a "Brexit." Tory Prime Minister David Cameron and the mainstream UK political establishment are spending huge amounts of political capital, with Cameron putting his premiership on the […]

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We're On the Verge of a Global Financial Crisis, Warns Japanese PM

We're on the verge of a global financial crisis.

At least according to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Here's what he showed his G-7 counterparts today...