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Thursday, March 22, 2018

UPDATE: 3:30 a.m. EDT — In less than half hour of opening, the FTSE 100 Index in London fell from 1.4 percent lower to about 8 percent down. The DAX Index in Germany also fell on opening by over 10 percent, but recovered somewhat to 8.5 percent lower over the next half hour, while the CAC…

Photo: People gathered in The Churchill Tavern, a British themed bar, react as the BBC predicts Britain will leave the European Union, in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

4 Responses to Bloodbath In Global Markets After Brexit

  1. The British government did not listen to or respect its people and they rose up and rejected them. The U.S. government has shown an even higher level of arrogant disregard, especially the last 7 1/2 years, in not respecting the will of the people and Hillary Clinton will feel the brunt of that malfeasance in November….that is if she makes it to November and can avoid a cold, damp jail cell.

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