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Former Mayor of London says 'no need for haste' in initiating Article 50 and beginning process of negotiating Britain’s exit from the EU
By Oliver Wright Political Editor
The Independent,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Prime Minister David Cameron says he is stepping down in wake of EU referendum
By Jenny Gross and Nicholas Winning
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
S&P’s AAA rating could also be in jeopardy
By Rachel Koning Beals
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Britain’s vote to leave the E.U. may not bring recession to the U.S., but it could mark the end of a period of economic integration and open markets
By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ and PATRICIA COHEN
The New York Times,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
IRS hasn’t addressed many important tax matters regarding digital currencies
By Laura Saunders
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 24, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Amid concerns that the EU referendum result risks sparking fresh financial crisis, Bank of England governor says it is ready to do whatever is needed
By Larry Elliott, Katie Allen and Jill Treanor
The Guardian,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
The Brexit vote hammers markets around the globe, and encourages populist parties in Europe to seek similar referendums for their nations. Looking at the impact on Britain, stocks, and currencies.
By Randall W. Forsyth
Barron`s,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
‘Brexit’ vote spurs decisions about how to separate from the bloc
By Jason Douglas
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
David Cameron, the British prime minister, will stand down in the fall, but putting his party back on track will not be quick.
By STEPHEN CASTLE
The New York Times,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Ratings firm affirms the U.K.’s credit rating at Aa1
By Mike Cherney
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Germany, France, Italy, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg collectively called for fast follow-through on the stunning British decision, putting pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron.
By Anthony Faiola
Washington Post,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Bank of America sees S&P 500 falling as much as 6%-7%
By Sue Chang
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Country must be quick to implement article 50 following Brexit vote, say foreign ministers
By Ruth Bender
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 25, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Shock over U.K.’s vote to leave EU sends investors to safe-haven asset
By Stephanie Yang
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 24, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
The outcome sent global stocks tumbling, battered the British pound and broke records in government-bond yields as the world’s financial markets braced for an uncertain future for Europe.
By Riva Gold and Mike Bird in London and Akane Otani in New York
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 24, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
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