The United Kingdom shocked the world last night when it voted to leave the European Union, contrary to what polls leading up to the vote were predicting.
The effect on the British economy will be widespread, but will the turmoil wash up on American shores?
Here are some guidelines for how the American economy will weather this storm, according to Torsten Slok, Chief International Economist with Deustche Bank Securities, who points to the Federal Reserve’s model of the U.S. economy combined with predictions for how financial markets will continue to digest Brexit:
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