A slim majority of Britain’s population has decided that it is willing to weather an almighty economic and political storm in order to declare national independence and leave the European Union.
Globalists and central bankers are not happy that they have been defied. This was never going to be pretty.
The world’s major banks have been instantly absolutely hammered by the decision. The markets had heavily bet on the UK remaining in the EU.
Britain’s biggest banks faced double digit losses on the stock markets, with shares plunging. Barclays dropped by 23.08% to $8.60, HSBC shares dropped 7.35% to $31.25, Royal Bank of Scotland sunk a whopping19.63% to $6.02.