The implications of Britain’s vote to leave the EU remain uncertain. In the short-run, it seems likely that economic activity in the United Kingdom, EU and global economy is likely to slow as economic decision making is put on hold. Yearly growth forecasts for each of these regions were being lowered over the weekend by roughly one half percent on average.
In good times and bad, there are always moneymaking opportunities for consumers, borrowers, investors and savers.
from Bankrate.com » Economics http://www.bankrate.com/financing/economics/how-you-can-profit-from-the-brexit-drama/
When crazy events hit the world markets, you need to take a breath and look at the numbers. Here are some of the big ones for the Brexit vote.
from Bankrate.com » Economics http://www.bankrate.com/financing/economics/6-numbers-that-explain-brexits-impact/
Social media users take time to reflect on the British exit referendum — and also post memes.
from Bankrate.com » Economics http://www.bankrate.com/financing/economics/social-media-explodes-over-brexit/