Brexit Fallout: A Closer Look at the Winners and Losers

Two days after the Brexit vote, the winners and losers were easy to separate. Global stock markets had lost a combined $3 trillion in value and the British pound was down to 31-year lows. On the flip side, gold and other precious metals were on a meteoric rise as investors searched for stability in a sea of chaos.

Two weeks later, the winners and losers aren’t as apparent as they once were. Below is our two-week assessment of the Brexit winners and losers.

Brexit Winners

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