As global markets lurched following Great Britain’s vote to withdraw from the European Union, political leaders from around the world weighed in, expressing worry and solidarity with the EU and acknowledging the need to rethink the EU’s future. Some opposition leaders cheered Britain’s example. A sampling:
Home ownership is at a 48-year low, driven in part by a shocking pattern of foreclosure that put 9.4 million out of their homes during the recent recession, according to a Harvard survey.
WEB Notes: I could also win the lottery if I played, we can coulda, woulda, shoulda ourselves to death. Fear and hype is once again sweeping the globe.
WEB Notes: We had a post about this last month, this makes it official.
Migrants from Central America making the overland journey through Mexico are seeking out new, hidden routes to evade deportation, putting them a greater risk of being trafficked, experts say.
Faced with continued opposition from liberty-minded U.S. senators against a White House-backed global tax regime that shreds what remains of financial privacy, establishment Republican leaders in Congress are working overtime to get Obama’s schemes approved.