What Brexit Means for the U.S.
June 30, 2016•7 min
It’s been one week since the UK voted to leave the European Union — sending markets into a downward spiral of uncertainty and shocking people around the globe, including, it appears, some of the very people who voted “leave.”
But now that a little time has passed and people have had a chance to catch their breath, how worried should they be about the “Brexit”?
Is it a sign of things to come in other countries, possibly even the United States? Could it have long lasting effects on the American economy?
This week on Money Talking, Charlie Herman discusses the short and long term consequences Brexit might have stateside with Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post and Rob Cox of Reuters Breakingviews.