What does Brexit mean for the financial markets?

On Friday 24 June news came through that Britain had voted to ‘Leave’ the European Union (EU) 52 – 48 per cent. But the debate about the implications for economies and financial markets is just beginning. For an overview of what this may mean for you take a look at this special edition ‘Market Watch’ from Count Financial Limited.

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