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The Conversation: Your Brexit questions, answered

How does Britain's departure from the EU affect your money?
Pro-Brexit flags fly from a fishing boat moored in Ramsgate on June 13, 2016. Britain's opposition Labour Party today scrambled to make the case for Europe to its members as world stock markets slipped amid concern over a British exit from the EU in a knife-edge referendum next week.

The mood in London after Brexit

Jun 24, 2016
Stunned. Tense. Complicated.
A man carries a European Union flag outside the Houses of Parliament on June 24, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. The result from the historic EU referendum has now been declared and the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union.
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How far will your dollar take you on a UK vacation?

Jun 24, 2016
It depends on when you booked your trip. Don't count on a cheap ticket now.
People gather on the beach in Weymouth, England, July 2014. 
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U.S. banks challenged by Brexit

Jun 24, 2016
They may have to move operations from London to the Continent.
The City of London financial district.
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Brexit complicates global trade picture

Jun 24, 2016
The timeline for renegotiating Britain's access to markets will be long and complex.
A trader sits at his desk under the day's performance board that shows a dive in the value of the DAX index of companies at the Frankfurt Stock exchange the day after a majority of the British public voted for leaving the European Union.  
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How people around the US are feeling about Brexit

Jun 24, 2016
Our reporters went out on the field to see how Americans are reacting to Brexit
British flags hang from the ceiling of the popular British restaurant and grocery Tea & Sympathy in Manhattan on June 24, 2016 in New York City. 
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What does Brexit mean for you?

Jun 24, 2016
It could mean a pretty nice vacation to the U.K. or an ugly short-term portfolio.
Supporters of the Stronger In Campaign react as results of the EU referendum are announced at the Royal Festival Hall in London, United Kingdom.
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Lawrence Summers on Brexit: A wakeup call for elites

Jun 24, 2016
The former U.S. Treasury secretary weighs in on the historic decision.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers visits the FOX Business Network at FOX Studios in 2015. 
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What does Brexit mean for Europe's future?

Jun 24, 2016
Marketplace's Stephen Beard weighs in on the Brexit vote.
BERLIN, GERMANY - MAY 26: European Union (L) and British Union Jack flags hang at a meeting for British citizens living in Germany to discuss the implications of Great Britain leaving the European Union, known popularly as Brexit, on May 26, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. On June 23, 2016, UK citizens will vote on a post-legislative referendum on the country's membership in the European Union. 
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