The affirmative vote for Brexit has led some to draw conclusions about what it means for Donald Trump’s candidacy here in the U.S. While there are similarities, it is important to keep in mind some critical differences.
The Brexit vote caught many investors flat-footed but central bankers charged with liquidity management merely lifted an eyebrow.
Initial market moves suggest that the fall-out from the Brexit vote can be contained, although considerable uncertainty still looms.
What is the likely economic fall-out from the Brexit vote on the rest of the world?
The Brexit decision chiefly affects the UK, but it will also reverberate well beyond its borders. For the eurozone, the near-term macro implications are likely to be contained, though they are not insignificant.
After a night of high drama, the British public voted to end their 40-plus-year relationship with the European Union (EU).
Why the Spanish election may join the Brexit referendum in causing political risk in Europe to rise.
Data from the May CPI report shows robust underlying inflation.
New research reinforces our view that the savings glut will persist, keeping the neutral rate depressed.
While the June statement did not rule out July, it did not signal that a hike at the next meeting is likely.