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2016-06-24

Tim Mullaney: Why Brexit shouldn’t affect the U.S. much, but probably will

For the U.S., the impact of the Brexit vote should be fairly minor — for now — and should be a telling warning of what could happen should we follow the electoral fantasies of populism ourselves, writes Tim Mullaney..

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Market Extra: Dimon says J.P. Morgan currency trading volume hit a record amid Brexit

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said his financial behemoth saw record volumes in currency trading in the wake of the U.K’s unprecedented vote to exit the European Union.

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The Tell: How bookies blew the Brexit call

In 2014, Britain’s bookmakers humiliated poll-watching scientists by accurately calling the result of Scotland’s independence referendum. They didn’t fare so well when it comes to Brexit.

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The Tell: Why Brexit crisis is a screaming buy for stock investors

The aftermath of Brexit could translate into great buying opportunities for investors, says the Irrelevant Investor Michael Blatnick.

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The Tell: Brexit fallout may be more about fear than fundamentals, 1 stock’s move suggests

The rally in Newmont Mining’s stock may indicate the fallout from Brexit is more about fear than fundamentals.

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Brexit: Google searches reflect scramble to figure out what the heck was happening

The most basic of Google queries accompanied a vote that will forever change Europe, according to Google Trends data.

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Has Macy’s played it too safe with new CEO selection?

Analysts are concerned that Macy’s may have sacrificed change for safety with new CEO Jeff Gennette.

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The Tell: Post Brexit, odds are up for Fed interest-rate cut

Rate hike out, rate cut in. A minority of fed-funds futures traders are now pricing in that the U.S. central bank will actually cut interest rates in its next meeting.

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Top Ten: Weekly roundup: Brexit, Moneyologist and threats to your money

10 MarketWatch articles to read this weekend

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Meet the new group pushing Americans to exercise

A quarter of Americans say they get no physical activity at all.

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Brexit means Ireland’s worst nightmare just came true

The U.K. is Ireland’s biggest trading partner, setting its exporters up for a hard knock.

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Chuck Jaffe: Why today’s Brexit market turmoil should be a non-event for your portfolio

Don’t blow up long-term investment horizons over a significant event whose impact quickly will pass, says Chuck Jaffe.

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