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No one knows how the Brexit impact will affect the markets in the long term, but that hasn't stopped investors from panicking right now.
Currencies around the world and the U.S. stock market are taking a plunge because Britain no longer wants to be in the European Union.
The British pound fell to a 31-year low against the U.S. dollar Monday as investors bet the Bank of England will cut rates.
After Brits voted Thursday to leave the European Union, the British pound has been in a free fall and global stocks have swooned.
The next British prime minister will take over from current PM David Cameron, who will resign in October.
There are two Conservative PM candidates in particular that are currently polling better than other hopefuls.
Today's Brexit news is sending major ripples through the markets, and many are fearing a full-on stock market crash in 2016.
Market volatility and uncertainty are a given over the next several months.
Although the vote takes place on June 23, we won't know the official Brexit results until June 24.
On poll data suggesting just a slight favor in staying, investors are feeling more confident.
If the UK "Brexits" today, it could have swift implications for Donald Trump's presidential election campaign.
In the event of a Brexit, British and European markets will sell off sharply. American stocks won't be immune, so it's important to protect your portfolio.
Although the vote takes place on June 23, we won't know the Brexit results until June 24.
That's because voting stations close at 10 p.m. and the ballots have to be delivered to 382 counting venues.
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...
The markets have been rattled recently by anxiety over the upcoming Brexit vote date.
Regardless of the referendum's outcome, there are two ways you can make money from the Brexit chaos.
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.
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.
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.