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2016-06-23

The U.K. has voted for Brexit — what happens next?

A look at what the country now needs to do to break its ties with the European Union and whether the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron will make a difference.

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Slide Show: 7 stunning and affordable travel destinations

You don’t have to pay big bucks for a getaway that will satisfy your wanderlust.

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Volkswagen to pay more than $10 bln to settle emissions claims

Volkswagen AG has agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles affected by the German auto maker’s emissions-cheating scandal, said people familiar with the matter.

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

Futures Movers: Crude-oil prices walloped as U.K. votes in favor of Brexit

Oil prices plummeted on Friday, after the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union in a nationwide referendum triggered a selloff across markets.

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The Moneyologist: Will I inherit everything from my husband without a will?

This second wife’s name is not on the deed of the family home.

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Outside the Box: Here’s what it would take for the U.S. to ban assault weapons again

Assault weapons have been banned in the U.S. before, but in a different political climate, writes Robert J. Spitzer

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Bond Report: Sovereign-bond yields tumble after landmark U.K. vote to quit the EU

Sovereign-bond prices rallied in many parts of the world early Friday and yields tanked after the U.K. voted in favor of abandoning the European Union, pushing investors into the perceived safety of government bonds.

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Europe Markets: European stocks face worst day since 1987 as U.K. votes to ditch the EU

European stocks are tumbling Friday, hit hard after the U.K.’s historic referendum sets the country toward leaving the European Union.

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Market Extra: ‘Panic’ and ‘bloodbath’ — analysts react to U.K.’s decision to Brexit

There’s a sense of shock in the City of London Friday morning after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union in a historic Brexit referendum.

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Metals Stocks: Brexit result sends gold futures surging to 2-year high

Gold prices surged in electronic trade early Friday morning, surging past $1,300 an ounce after early reports pointed to the U.K. exiting the European Union after a historic referendum.

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London Markets: FTSE 100 set to sink as U.K. heads toward a Brexit

U.K. stocks looked set for their worst fall since 2008 Friday, with futures for British blue-chips sinking as it appeared the U.K. will be exiting the European Union.

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The Wall Street Journal: Brexit forces Europe to deal with new business landscape

British voters chose to leave the European Union, British broadcasters forecast, defying months of pleas from the country’s biggest corporate titans, who wanted to remain in the bloc.

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