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Sunday, 26 June 2016

Brexit and the US Economy

Brexit's Impact on the U.S -. A conversation with David Rennie, Washington bureau chief of The Economist

"Listen to The Economist Washington Bureau Chief David Rennie describe the potential economic consequences to the U.S. economy of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, and the parallels between Brexit voters and supporters of Donald Trump. "The last thing the American government needs right now is global turmoil in any significant economy,'' says Rennie.
Britain's investments in the United States amount to half a trillion dollars, Rennie says in his discussion with Chief Content Officer David Ellis and CQ Roll Call's Managing Editor Adriel Bettelheim".

CBS News, Sunday: Marco Rubio, the "Brexit,"

"We'll examine the effects of the U.K.'s vote to leave the E.U. with an expert economic panel, including Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics, Time Magazine's Rana Foroohar, the Economist's David Rennie, and David Ignatius of the Washington Post".

NPR: U.K. Vote Shocks The World. What's Next?

"To examine the impact of the Brexit outcome on the United States, David Greene and Rachel Martin talk to David Rennie, the Washington bureau chief of The Economist magazine".

How Brexit will affect US-UK relations,  PJ Crowley, Former US Assistant Secretary of State, BBC News

Britain just killed globalization as we know it, Washington Post

Moody's economist: U.S. economy will be "just fine" after Brexit

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