Fallout From Britain’s Exit: Markets, Immigration and Trade
By KARL RUSSELL and JASMINE C. LEE NYT JUNE 24, 2016
Friday 8 July 2016, by Carlos San Juan
Investors, policy makers and countries face a messy breakup with
vast financial, economic and political implications.
Global markets rose earlier this week when the polls edged toward remaining. But the voters’ choice to leave has severely undermined the confidence of investors.
The pound and the euro dropped amid concerns that the region’s already fragile economies could be further undermined by the ‘Brexit.’