Wall Street JournalLooming 'Brexit' Vote Rattles Global MarketsWall Street JournalThe U.K.'s pending vote on European Union membership rattled global markets on Monday, sending stocks from Europe to Japan tumbling while pushing the yen and government bond prices to multiyear highs in a flight to safety. Polls suggest that ...Brexit worries rattle marketsUSA TODAYBrexit and Fed fears weigh on world stocks; yen firmsReutersGLOBAL MARKETS-Brexit worries push down world stocks, lift yenReuters UKCNBC -Financial Post -Financial Timesall 851 news articles » read whole article

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