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What Is Brexit? A Simple Guide to Why It Matters and What Happens Next

Brexit is certainly dynamic and often times confusing.  In this recent New York Times article, Benjamin Mueller explains the history of Brexit and current negotiation points.

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Theresa May Lost Big on Her Brexit Deal Vote — Here’s What Could Happen Now

Is there a future for Brexit?  Following the historic U.K. Parliament vote this week, David Reid with CNBC takes a look at possible scenarios.

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A Decade After The Great Recession, Is the Global Financial System Safer?

It has been 10 years since The Great Recession sent the world economy into a tailspin.  In a recent interview conducted by Knowledge@Wharton, Wharton Professors Richard Herring, Krista Schwarz and Itay Goldstein look at how the U.S. and European governments responded to the crisis and where their financial systems are today.

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The Long-Term Impact of Brexit on the European Union

As negotiations on the logistics of Brexit continue, the IMF conducted a study on the potential economic impact of this event on both the U.K. and the E.U. This report prepared by Jiaqian Chen, Christian Ebeke, Li Lin, Haonan Qu, and Jesse Siminitz is highlighted in their recent IMF blog post.

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Every One of the World’s Big Economies Is Now Growing

Writing for the New York Times, Peter Goodman examines the growth of the world’s major economies – a landmark that has not happened since the financial crisis.  Goodman explores IMF predictions and trends pushing these economies forward.

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UK Court Says Brexit Needs Parliament’s Approval, Complicates Government Plans

What is next for Brexit? A Parliamentary vote is now needed. Michael Holden of Reuters outlines the twists-and-turns in the process in this recent article.

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Anti-Globalists: Why They’re Wrong

This recent article published by The Economist provides us with a background on the importance of globalization to the world economy. Within this explanation, the article outlines the current views of free-trade held by the Presidential Candidates.

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British Economy Escapes Brexit Blow, For Now

A follow-up on the British economy post-Brexit. This article published by the Irish Times highlights the optimism that has returned to UK Main Streets.

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Emerging Markets Q2 2016 Recap: Brexit Could Offer Silver Lining for Some

Mark Mobius looks at how the Emerging Markets fared in Q2 2016, including the impact of the Brexit vote on these economies.

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Jeremy Siegel: The Impact of the Brexit Vote on Markets

The Wharton School’s Jeremy Siegel, Professor of Finance, offers his insight on the Brexit vote with this interview in Knowledge@Wharton.

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