What Brexit Means for the Global Economy

Something historic happened here this week, and wring their hands as they might not even the banksters and their political puppets and their lapdog media can wave it away. The people got a chance to speak and speak they did. They spat in the face of the globalists.

by James Corbett
The International Forecaster

Congratulations, Britain! You’ve thrown off the yolk of the EUreaucrats! Now go out and celebrate!

…But before you go, we have a few things to discuss. Like the Brexit-geddon tearing its way through the markets. Or the EUpocalypse of disintegrating unions and crisis meetings. Or Soros and the hedge fund disaster vultures. Yes, I’m sorry to be that guy and ruin the festive mood, but as I noted yesterday, this is not the end of the road by any means. It’s just the start.

[…] Obviously things are moving too quickly at the moment to live blog them all here, but here are some glimpses from the wide world of finance as of press time:

The pound plunged to its lowest level in 31 years Friday as gold, the dollar, the yen and bitcoin surged on the news that Britain had voted to leave the EU.

The central bankers are swooping in to save the world, with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney pledging $345 billion of liquidity and Fed Chair Old Yellen promising liquidity as needed to other central banks via existing swap lines.

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