by John Crudele
Ah, that wasn’t too bad.
I’m figuring that is what investors were saying on Wednesday after financial markets around the world regained more than half of the losses caused by Britain’s shocking decision to leave the European Union.
And if you include the hokey rally the day before the British voted to Brexit — as Britain’s abandonment of the EU is being called — stocks barely budged.
I say the decision was “shocking” only because the powers that be were pretty sure voters wouldn’t dare escape the EU.