Brexit Aftermath: Stock Markets Continue to Plummet

June 27, 2016 Jelani Smith 0

A record breaking $2.1 trillion evaporated from the global markets on Friday June 24th – worse than the financial crisis that occurred on September 28th, 2008, after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. This could have been avoided if the voters had chosen to remain into the EU. The Brexit aftermath has many voters calling this situation a Bregret – as they’ve […]

Bregret: Google Searches for “what is the EU” Surges

June 26, 2016 Jelani Smith 0

Brexit was a huge shock for the global economy, and stock markets, as many anticipated that it wouldn’t happen. The choice of leaving the European Union (EU) had a negative ripple effect on the world markets. Global stock markets experienced their worst single day decline since the collapse of the Lehman Brothers. The aftermath of the Brexit was huge, from […]

Brexit: The EU’s Worst Nightmare and a Global Bloodbath

June 25, 2016 Mariam Walaa 0

On Friday, June 24th, 2016, humanity woke up to a new world order. Brexit – Britain’s exit from the European Union – finally takes effect five months after Prime Minister David Cameron made the decision to hold a referendum on Britain’s connection with the EU. With 51.89% in favour of and 48.11% against leaving the EU, Britain takes an extraordinarily […]

Brexit Stock Market Crash

June 24, 2016 Jelani Smith 0

Brexit becomes a reality with 51.9% of the voters opting for the United Kingdom to not remain a member of the European Union. The votes were extremely close – the country was clearly divided in the middle, on whether or not if they should leave the European Union. The markets, according to the Economist, indicated that the probability of a […]