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George Osborne Says UK Has Robust Contingency Plans in Wake of 'Brexit' Vote
LONDON—U.K. Treasury chief George Osborne moved on Monday to reassure households, businesses and financial markets that the U.K.
UK Leaders Urge Calm as World Markets Brace for More Uncertainty After ...  ABC News
UK Treasury chief tries to calm markets amid 'Brexit' fears  Washington Post
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International Business|Britain Offers Assurances as Markets Settle After ...
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Sterling, stocks take another Brexit hit; oil, yen rise  Reuters
UK, Europe stocks continue post-'Brexit' drop; Tokyo rebounds  USA TODAY
China's Premier Attempts to Bolster Investor Confidence After 'Brexit'
TIANJIN, China—Premier Li Keqiang called on investors to view China with a “calm and cool head” at a time of global uncertainty, voicing confidence that Beijing can handle the slew of problems facing its economy.
China's Li says Brexit has increased global uncertainty  Reuters
Premier Says China Wants 'United and Stable' EU  New York Times
Oil prices stabilize after Brexit vote, but refined products glut looms
SINGAPORE Oil prices stabilized on Monday as market participants better absorbed the shock of last week's vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union and recognized the referendum would have little effect on global fuel demand.
Oil Prices Largely Steady in Wake of 'Brexit'  Wall Street Journal
Oil Bulls Face Specter of Market Turmoil on Brexit Aftershocks  Bloomberg
UK Treasury chief outlines Britain's economic strengths amid market fears ...
LONDON - UK Treasury chief outlines Britain's economic strengths amid market fears after vote to leave the EU. Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.
Treasury chief says he doesn't want Britain to turn its back on Europe ...  KPVI News 6
Markets brace for more torrid trading
Global markets are braced for more torrid trading on Monday in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union. Stock markets in the UK, continental Europe and North America fell sharply on Friday following the unexpected decision for a Brexit.
Testing Full Width Article  NBC New York
In Britain, the End of the Establishment  Bloomberg
How to Reduce--or Eliminate--the Need for Student Loans
Use these tools and strategies to secure a degree that doesn't leave your family with debt for decades, writes contributor John Wasik.
Private student loans: Should you or shouldn't you?  USA TODAY
Julie Jason: Disability can cancel outstanding student loans  Albany Times Union
Lagarde Says Brexit Impact Hangs on Policy Makers' Next Move
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that the fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union hinges on what policy makers do in coming days.
A Plea for Rapid Resolution of the Brexit  The Atlantic
IMF Chief Says EU, UK Policy Makers Must Move Quickly to Reduce Uncertainty  Wall Street Journal
Incipio to buy headphone maker Skullcandy
Skullcandy, creator of high-end affordable music and gaming headphones is looking for a buyer to help take its company private again.
Case maker Incipio adds Skullcandy, seller of allegedly fashionable ...  Android Police
Incipio Agrees to Buy Skullcandy for $177 Million  NDTV
US business spending weak in May, Brexit seen adding more pressure
WASHINGTON New orders for U.S. manufactured capital goods unexpectedly fell in May as demand declined broadly, indicating business spending will remain a drag on economic growth in the second quarter.
Durable-goods orders sink across the board in May  MarketWatch
Economic Watch: Business Investment Sinks as Durable Orders Decline  Heavy Duty Trucking