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Traders talk Brexit, Fed & election

Reacting to the Brexit vote, and whether the markets are looking to another rate cut, with Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, Ben Willis, Princeton Securities.

Source: CNBC.com

Brexit regret

One UK voter comments as some people are regretting casting the leave vote.

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Profit pain after Brexit?

Discussing worries among investors about the next steps after the Brexit vote, with Joseph Lupton, JPMorgan senior global economist, and George Maris, Janus Capital portfolio manager.

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Selloff after Brexit

CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the trading action after the United Kingdom's vote to leave the EU. Pisani looks at low interest rates weighing on banks, and stocks with exposure to Europe.

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Markets will come back: Fmr. HSBC CEO

Former HSBC CEO Michael Geoghegan, discusses how trade relations may change after the Brexit vote.

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New start for UK and EU: EU Commissioner

EU Commissioner of economic and financial affairs Pierre Moscovici, discusses the relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom.

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Obama: Americans don't all look the same

President Obama speaks on deportation law after the U.S. Supreme Court was split 4-4 on the Obama administration immigration plan.

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Obama reacts to blocked immigration reform

President Obama remarks on the U.S. Supreme Court rulings on Thursday. SCOTUS upheld the Affirmative Action Program at University of Texas, but blocked the Obama administration's immigration plan.

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Congress, not president writes our laws: Paul Ryan

House Speaker Paul Ryan reacts to the U.S. Supreme Court blocking the White House's immigration plan.

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Paul Ryan calls Dem sit-in fundraising 'stunt'

House Speak Paul Ryan says "we are not going to let stunts like this stop us from carrying out the people's business," in comments on Thursday.

Source: CNBC.com