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Saturday, June 25, 2016
Checked 2:35 PM; Last Updated 7:55 PM CDT; 00:55 GMT


Apple News
  • "Apple's stock drops in wake of Brexit vote" MarketWatch 6/24
Industry News
  • "Tech Stocks slammed: CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on technology stocks feeling the pain of the Brexit-related sell-off." CNBC Videos 6/24
  • "U.S. stocks close sharply lower after Britain votes for Brexit: Nasdaq sees worst one-day percentage drop since August 2011" MarketWatch 6/24
  • "Dow Drops More Than 600 Points as 'Brexit' Shocker Slams Markets: A 'Brexit' shocker sent global equities, oil prices and currency markets into chaos Friday." TheStreet 6/24
  • "U.S. stocks hammered as Brexit shock rocks markets: The U.S. stock market suffered its worst drop in 10 months Friday as shock over the United Kingdom voters' move to exit the European Union and Prime Minister David Cameron's subsequent resignation announcement sent global markets into a tailspin." USA Today 6/24
  • "Brexit Roils Wall Street, Stocks Extend Global Selloff: A day after flirting with record levels, U.S equity markets on Friday extended a global-market meltdown after the United Kingdom, in a stunning decision, voted to sever its more than 40-year membership in the European Union." FOXBusiness 6/24
  • "Dow Industrials Tumble After 'Brexit' Vote: Stocks and pound tumble, while gold rallies after Britain votes to leave European Union" [Paid Membership Required] 6/24
  • "Asian markets plunge on Brexit; Nikkei has worst day in 5 years: Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent reverberations through Asian markets on Friday, where investors were the first to react as it became clear a shock result was in the offing." MarketWatch 6/24
  • "European stocks book worst session since 2008 on Brexit vote: European stocks posted their worst daily drop in nearly eight years Friday, after investors dumped risk assets following the U.K.'s historic referendum that left the country on course to leave the European Union." MarketWatch 6/24