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UK has voted in favor of Brexit last Thursday with 4% difference against Bremain. Despite the fact that the referendum results are already out since last Thursday and the market should have already priced the effects of a Brexit, we saw the markets recovering from the initial shock…Read more on: http://bit.ly/292GWgP

Brexit Weighs On Fed’s Interest Rate Hike Decision

After seven years of the most accommodative monetary policy in the history of the US, on the 16th of December last year, the Fed decided to raise interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%. During the last few months, investors have reacted positively on the Yellen’s comments about the future interest rate raise. The Fed does not look to be determined to go ahead with raising interest rates or at least not… Read more at: http://seekingalpha.com/article/3981531-brexit-weighs-feds-interest-rate-hike-decision