As global markets recoil from the Brexit, investors wonder how the U.S. markets and economy will be affected. Liz Ann Sonders and her team at Schwab offer analysis of the possible outcomes. The post-Brexit stock sell-off has many in doubt about the resilience of the current bull market. Russ Koesterich of BlackRock looks at three trends he believes will influence the markets going forward. So far this year US economic growth has exceeded expectations, though analysts caution that the upheaval in the EU may prove unsettling in the future. Lucia Mutikani covers the story for Reuters.

British Shock—What’s Next–  Britain shocked the financial community by voting to leave the European Union (EU).  Global equity markets plunged as traders searched for perceived safety in the midst of uncertainty.  Liz Ann Sonders and her team at Schwab discuss some possible outcomes for the markets and the economy.  She also reviews three shocks to the markets since 2008 and how the markets behaved. Read more…

What Happened To The Bull Market?-  Stocks suffered a horrific sell-off last Friday following the surprise vote by the UK to exit the European Union. But even before the Brexit vote, stocks had been losing steam. U.S. large cap stocks have now gone well over a year without reaching a new high. The S&P 500 is trading right where it was in the fall of 2014. Russ Koesterich of BlackRock discusses three trends that help answer that question. Read more…

U.S. First-Quarter GDP Revised Up, Brexit Risk To Outlook–  U.S. economic growth slowed in the first quarter but not as sharply as previously estimated. While there are signs of a pickup in the second quarter, analysts worry Britain’s vote to leave the European Union could hurt activity later this year. Read more…

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