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.
British secession left investors from Europe to Asia scrambling to tourniquet losses amid plunging equity prices. Viewed from a wider lens, however, the bludgeoning looks more like a blip for U.S.
FILE—In this Nov. 7, 2013 file photo, a train hauls oil into Glacier National Park near the Badger-Two Medicine National Forest in northwest Montana.
The effects of the UK's vote to leave the European Union have been felt around the world. Markets have re-priced to reflect heightened political uncertainty, the threat of lower growth in Europe, and the potential for deeper contagion to the global ...
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