Written by Neil Irwin | June 24, 2016
Things fall apart. And now, “things” includes the European Union.
British voters delivered a well-aimed kick at the global elites who prefer a Britain that is deeply intertwined, economically and diplomatically, with Europe.
So now that they did it, what does it mean for the British economy and the rest of the world?
With the caveat that nothing is really clear in the immediate aftermath of a seismic event like the one that happened Thursday, here’s how to think about the economic forces that have been unleashed and how we can expect them to play out in the weeks and months and years ahead.
Jim Allen earned his bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas and his masters from Louisiana State University. In addition to his multiple degrees he has taken numerous coursework in banking, marketing, accounting, and business law. As a complement to his sales experience, Jim also has 25 years experience in commercial real estate financing.
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