Saturday, 2 July 2016

Beyond Brexit: What Matters Most to Global Economies - Counting the Cost

Last week, the European Union experienced the biggest shake up of the last few decades as Britain voted to leave the 28-nation bloc in an unprecedented move. Global markets were on a instability rollercoaster as the British pound dropped to severe lows, prompting emergency action from central banks in England, the US and the Eurozone.

The ripple effects of Brexit continue on through Europe and to the Middle East and even to China. We look at how the UK is reshaping its economy after Brexit and how the rest of the world is coping with the shift.