The polls didn't get it right and the electorate has spoken in the United Kingdom: out with the EU. Reactions from the result are understandably all over the place, with each camp digging in to say that it was the right/wrong decision.
NEW YORK/LONDON/FRANKFURT Big Wall Street banks are scouring Europe to find a new home for their traders, bankers and financial licenses now that London is on shaky ground as the region's preeminent financial hub.
The UK has had its credit rating outlook downgraded to "negative" by the ratings agency Moody's after the country voted to leave the EU.
The governor of the Bank of England has stepped forward to calm financial markets after the Brexit vote sent the pound to its lowest level since 1985 and at one point wiped �120bn off the value of Britain's leading shares.
House sales are expected to fall as people put major financial decisions on hold after UK voters backed Brexit. 02:34, UK, Saturday 25 June 2016.