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2016-06-23

The Wall Street Journal: Boris Johnson emerges as leading candidate to be next British prime minister

Boris Johnson, the former London mayor who campaigned for Britain to exit the European Union, scored a major victory and is now a leading candidate to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron, who led the losing camp.

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Outside the Box: Brexit aftermath: Bank of England will have to cut interest rates to 0%

The head of sterling portfolio management for Pimco on what’s ahead after Brexit.

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The Fed: Fed, in concert with U.S. and global policymakers, seeks to calm Brexit storm

The Federal Reserve, acting in concert with U.S. and international policy makers, issued a statement on Friday seeking to calm worried investors in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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Disruptive Money: Brexit brings an opportunity to reload the portfolio

Assuming that a few of our favorite names take a hit this morning, we should be able to pick up some shares at a nice discount, which is the smart play when investors are panicking.

posted 2016/06/23 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

Rex Nutting: If a riot can happen in England, it can happen in America

What happens when you take away hope? You get a riot. That’s what the Brexit vote was: A riot, a lashing out against The Man, the oppressor, the one who stole your dreams. Burn it down, baby.

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Brett Arends's ROI: 7 reasons not to panic about markets’ reaction to Brexit

Don’t panic just because markets have their hair on fire about the Brexit vote.

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Market Extra: Bitcoin jumps to $680 as Brexit vote upends stocks

Bitcoin prices have rebounded from a massive selloff earlier in the week as investors sought succor in digital currencies after global stocks plunged in the wake of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.

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Market Extra: Why FTSE 100 is suffering less than its European counterparts after Brexit

U.K. blue-chip stocks are being hit hard Friday after the Brexit vote, but the benchmark FTSE 100 was faring relatively better than other indexes across Europe.

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Can Elon Musk make solar panels as attractive as a Tesla?

Some communities are against the way blue/black solar panels look. Recent history suggests Elon Musk would improve on their appearance.

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The Brexit vote could destroy the U.K.

Will there be Scexit, Nexit and Gexit? Scots already want a referendum

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Bipartisan group votes to terminate college watchdog

A controversial watchdog that oversees many of the nation’s for-profit colleges is one step closer to collapsing after an advisory panel voted to recommend terminating its government recognition Thursday.

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Time runs short for Venezuelan revolution as OAS stands taller

A key organization is finally looking like its flexing its muscles over Venezuela, writes Elliot Blair Smith.

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