What Brexit Means for the U.K.'s 15 Largest Trading Partners

Economists have cut their growth outlook most for euro area countries

Here's How to Avoid Another Brexit

The June 23 U.K. vote to leave the European Union shook the financial world: the pound plunged to a more than 30-year low versus the dollar, investor confidence collapsed and talk turned to London losing its place as Europe's financial capital. Economists expect U.K. economic growth to take a 2 percent combined loss in 2016 and 2017, and those with close ties to the U.K. won't fare much better.

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