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Brexit Aftermath Analysis Directory

Brexit Aftermath Analysis Directory

Ilya Spivak, Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Oded Shimoni, David Song, Michael Boutros, Walker England, Tyler Yell, CMT, John Kicklighter, Daniel Dubrovsky, Christian Lewis,

The UK has opted to leave the European Union, triggering record-breaking volatility across global financial markets.The British Pound registered the largest one-day drop on record against the US Dollar. Risk appetite collapsed, with the benchmark S&P 500 index plunging as US Treasury bond yields fell by the most since 1998. The anti-risk Japanese Yen and US Dollar soared against their G10 FX counterparts and gold touched a two-year high.

How did it happen? What’s next for the UK, the British Pound, and financial markets at large? See the full collection of DailyFX content on this historic event and its aftermath below.

With volatility on the rise, it's necessary to review risk management principles. We've outlined a few after examining what the most successful traders are doing consistently - this is what we found.

Brexit Aftermath: Where to Now?

EU Council Pressures UK to Depart Swiftly Post "Brexit' Turbulence - 06/29/2016

Strategy Video: Wading Back into Pound Trading Post-Brexit - 06/29/2016

Part 1: Building a Post-Brexit Trading Plan - 06/27/2016

Part 2: Gold and Yen May Continue to Shine in Post-Brexit World - 06/27/2016

Crude Oil, Gold Prices Aim in Opposite Directions After Brexit Jolt - 06/27/2016

Anti-EU Sentiment in Brexit to Hang Over Weekend Spanish Election - 06/25/2016

Trading Video: Trading After Brexit Rife with Opportunity...Risk - 06/25/2016

Strategy Video: Has Brexit Finally Tipped Global Risk Aversion - 06/25/2016

Brexit Bloodbath Has Markets Betting on Lasting Volatility Risk - 06/24/2016

Market Outlook: Post-Brexit

GBP/USD Driving Equities and Volatility, Likely to Persist - 06/28/2016

Equities Vulnerable as the World Enters a Post-Brexit Reality - 06/27/2016

Realization of Brexit is a Potential Nightmare for the Euro - 06/26/2016

US Dollar Soars on Brexit, Safety and Reserve Appetite Strong Winds - 06/25/2016

Brexit Leaves Room for Even Weaker Yuan - 06/24/2016

Global Markets Brace for Massive Impact from Brexit - 06/24/2016

British Pound to Remain Volatile as the World Adjusts to the Realities of Brexit - 06/24/2016

USD/JPY Bearish Outlook Mired by Intervention Threat, Upbeat US Data - 06/24/2016

Brexit Leaves Room for Even Weaker Yuan - 06/24/2016

Brexit Vote – Initial Reactions

World Leaders Sound Off on Brexit as Markets Digest Volatility- 06/24/2016

European Market Reactions as London Opens Post "Brexit" Decision– 06/24/2016

Chaos in the Markets as UK Votes to “Brexit” From the EU – 06/24/2016

UK Votes for Brexit - Markets Highly Volatile - Caution Advised – 06/24/2016

Technical Analysis

The Brexit Aftermath - Technical Outlook into the Month/Quarter Close - 06/27/2016

Brexit Vote Generates Extreme Moves from Pound, Dollar, Markets - 06/25/2016

GBPUSD, EURUSD & Gold Technical Outlook in a Post Brexit World – 06/24/2016

CAC 40 Dives on Open – 06/24/2016

USD/JPY Retail Sentiment Moves Back to Extreme With Japan Watching FX – 06/24/2016

USD/JPY Technical Analysis: Brexit Brings A Break Below 100 - 06/24/2016

How did we get here? See our pre-Brexit analysis directory.

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