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Crisis or Speed Bump? What UK Vote Means for Economy Sectors

A trader sits at his desk under the day's performance board that shows a dive in the value of the DAX index of companies at the Frankfurt Stock exchange the day after a majority of the British public voted for leaving the European Union, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on June 24, 2016. (Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)
A trader sits at his desk under the day's performance board that shows a dive in the value of the DAX index of companies at the Frankfurt Stock exchange the day after a majority of the British public voted for leaving the European Union, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on June 24, 2016. (Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

FRANKFURT, Germany—Britain’s vote to leave the European Union adds a heavy dose of uncertainty to a world economy that is still struggling to reach full...




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