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The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union rocked global financial markets immediately after the vote in 2016. And while things calmed down quickly, markets have continued to face other Brexit-related drama almost nonstop.
In the latest twist, voters have taken away British Prime Minister Theresa May’s majority in Parliament, adding a new layer of uncertainty ahead of negotiations with the E.U.
Those talks are set to begin soon, but U.S. consumers and investors needn’t worry.