“Brexit” is the hashtag-friendly term given to the recent vote for Great Britain (Britain) to exit the European Union (EU). On June 23, 2016, Britain voted to withdraw from the EU, which would make them the first country to do so since the EU’s inception on November 1, 1993. We’re looking at the facts and figures of this landmark vote, and what it means for the United States (U.S.) dollar.

The Economic Effects of Brexit