Lego Brexit Map: The only way to track the EU referendum

The U.K. could leave the EU but join another union known as the European Economic Area, which would allow it to do business anywhere on the continent without any say in EU laws. But it also threatens the economic alliances that helped drive decades of prosperity in the West after World War II.

"That wouldn't matter if the global economy were ticking along nicely but it isn't".

The yield on British 10-year government bonds fell below 1.0 percent for the first time as investors bet the Brexit vote would trigger a Bank of England interest rate cut aimed at steadying the economy.

"That attracts a lot of migration and that has nothing to do with Europe".

She again expressed her regret that Britain had voted in a referendum last week to quit the bloc but underlined that it would not be able to dictate the terms of its ties to the EU. Discontent with the European Union is also running high in Italy, Sweden and Hungary.

A British exit could also complicate a key piece of Britain's border controls.

"Let's remember, these people have come here and made a wonderful contribution to our country", he said.

"The dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom", said Nigel Farage, leader of the U.K. Independence Party.

As per information, Scotland and Northern Ireland both backed staying in the EU. But that would nearly certainly happen only if the country stays a member of the single European Union market. And through the mid-2000s, they appeared to succeed, said Carmen Reinhart, an economist at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Japan's Nikkei was off 0.7 percent.

It is incumbent on Westminster MPs - who were not just there to "implement the view of the people", but to "exercise political judgment" - to block the Brexit to prevent the fracturing of the kingdom, he told CNN. Whether it be tackling poverty, or our role in helping vulnerable refugees in Europe and the world; we must not falter in our commitment to helping vulnerable children wherever they may be.

But such warnings did not deter Cornwall residents from voting for Brexit. It was the latest in a series of downgrades by institutions that monitor the global economy.

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As for what comes next, Farage predicts that before too long "the European Union project itself will come tumbling down". Nigel Farage has already had an emotional night as a result of the drastic swinging.

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There was little impact on the Kenyan stocks and foreign exchange markets from Brexit after the country's central bank governor, Patrick Njoroge, assured markets that the regulators was ready and capable to intervene in case of any jitters, Reuters reported.

This already puts Cameron at odds with his European counterparts.

The longer the delay in negotiations, Merkel argued, the more likely other countries might leave.

The pan-European STOXX 600 index, which had slumped 11 percent in the last two sessions, rose 2.4 percent while the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index advanced 2 percent.

Still, the dollar fell 0.4 percent against the safe-haven yen JPY=, trading around 101.80 yen.

The EU and other postwar institutions encouraged freer trade within Europe.

An estimated 2 million Poles have come to work in Britain since 2004, and 850,000 are still here. The Brexit vote jeopardizes all that.

But that leader may want to call an election to seek a mandate for the European Union negotiations. Earlier, some Asian markets had bounced back somewhat after news reports said Japanese Prime Minister Shintaro Abe instructed financial officials to take steps to stabilise financial and currency markets. Declines for JPMorgan and Bank of America grew as the day wore on, with the shares down 3.34 percent and 6.31 percent respectively.

But the Brexit vote has shaken investors.

In energy markets, benchmark U.S. crude rose US13c to US$47.77 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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