SAN FRANCISCO Britain's vote to leave the European Union has thrown financial markets into turmoil and means the U.S. Federal Reserve's ambitions for two rate rises this year have been placed on hold.
President Barack Obama said Friday that the U.K. vote to leave the European Union would not change the “special relationship” the country has with the United States.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, but instead of swaggering like a brave buccaneer about to go solo, the national mood is shocked and anxious.
Calling himself the “frack master,” Texas businessman Chris Faulkner charmed hundreds of investors and major media companies into believing he had extensive experience in energy markets.
The vote by citizens of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union is causing widespread worry in financial and business circles around the world.