Brexit is going to cause a lot of headaches.
Fortunately, we're ready for whatever happens.
The UK snap election results surprised the country and the world. Is it enough to make a big difference in the stock market? Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani gives us the inside scoop.
In the latest Brexit news, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has called for snap elections on June 8 in order to simplify the negotiations for the country's exit from the EU.
Last month, the House of Commons approved the snap elections by a margin of 522 to 13.
Investors are asking "what are snap elections" now that the UK has approved May's request for them.
May is hoping to solidify power going into Brexit negotiations amid chaos in Europe.
Brexit talks for the next two years could shake up U.S. markets.
Especially if the dollar continues to rise against the pound.
You see, that parity in particular could hurt the entire U.S. manufacturing sector...
Anti-Brexit former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair told a rally of Londoners this morning to "rise up" against last June's referendum results.
The next stage in the Brexit fallout is approaching, and it will center on energy finance and signal a major shift in focus.
Post-Brexit, everything's up in the air. But if you understand what the vote was about and how it's changed the world, you can make big trades.
The Brexit vote stunned markets around the world and sparked countless predictions of economic doom for the UK. Don't believe it.
In reality, Brexit will inflict minimal harm on the UK economy while unleashing several new opportunities. You see, Britain has multiple key advantages that will both prevent an economic calamity and stimulate new economic activity.
The Dow has fallen roughly 900 points over the last two days in the wake of Brexit.
The selling has been indiscriminate, but there is a select group of U.S. stocks to avoid following Brexit's win.