Alphabet hit as Q2 profits drop steeply due to $2.74 billion Eurozone antitrust fine, but resurrects itself after the bell when traders see EPS rise above estimates.
Without Nigel Farage, the UK would never have offered its citizens a referendum, and the UK would never have voted to leave the EU.
Dow, S&P 500, NASDAQ up again in Friday trading, though likely to drop somewhat near pre-Independence Day Holiday close. Wasn’t Brexit supposed to kill us all?
Both the U.S. and much of the rest of the developed world has been upsetting the balance by putting the needs of society above the needs of the individual.
The United Kingdom made headlines as they voted to leave the European Union. How much do you know about what happened in the UK?
Britain has decided to leave the EU resulting in losses financially across the globe. But did it have to be done for the sake of Britain? 51.9% of voters said yes.
Does the populist majority win in Britain gives Trump’s presidential campaign an election year boost? Many say yes.
LOS ANGELES, June 23, 2016 — Great Britain has voted not to become Mediocre Britain. In a decision that will reverberate for years if not decades to come, British voters opted for “Brexit” from the European Union. Despite polls showing the Remain campaign with a slight advantage, the Leave side won. Sky-high turnout of 70 ...
WASHINGTON, June 24, 2016 – As we write this on Friday at 7 a.m., traders and investors—or at least those who weren’t up all night—are waking up to the news that, contrary to polling data and late bookmaking odds in London, U,K, voters have decisively voted to leave the European Union (EU), a process that’s ...
Friday morning trading will pivot not only on the UK’s Brexit vote but also on what the voter’s choice actually means. Chaos is entirely possible. The personal is still political.
Johnson has made international news by challenging members of his own Conservative Party and Prime Minister David Cameron to pull Britain out of the EU.
Greek P.M. Tsipras demands that Greece get its due; its 'due' is probable default and a 'Grexit' from the euro-zone.
The EU Commissioner's focus is on Google “artificially divert(ing) traffic from rival comparison shopping services (to its Google Shopping) and hinder their ability to compete."
Ukraine should not be tying the hands of their people behind their back. Yes acceptance into the EU is important, yes Kiev needs to be on good terms with the West. But the EU, and the West need to understand that Ukraine is in a tenuous situation.
Fighting along clearly divided geographical lines with equal or somewhat equal international support could lead to a stalemate in any combat that would arise.