Brexit Fears Emerge
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Brexit Fears Emerge

The outcome of the Brexit vote was too close to call up until the early hours of Friday. The people of Britain by a thin margin decided to leave the European Union.
With the final results out, stock and currency markets responded taking a plunge unseen in recent years. This is despite the fact, according to observers, that the complex process of fully parting ways will take at least two years.
Understandably fear set in most, if not all, major capitals and top financial and lending institutions.

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