Brexit Impact On Tech Startups, Business & Global Economy (videos)

London Stock Exchange benchmark index FTSE 100, market close Friday, July 8, 2016:
London Stock Exchange benchmark index FTSE100 UP 4% since Brexit Vote (source: google.com)
Chart above: London Stock Exchange benchmark index FTSE100 Friday, July 8, 2016, UP 4% since Brexit Vote on June 23, 2016, while Germany's DAX and France's CAC40 are still DOWN (see charts at bottom of this post below).

Managing partner at GGV Capital (domain: ggvc.com) Glenn Solomon weighs in on Brexit's short term impact and what's moving in the tech industry, specifically startups. Published by CNBC.com July 8, 2016

See also: This Is What Brexit Means For You And Your Startup | Mattermark.com"Given the volume of noise, I have some advice for the founders, engineers, retirees, marketers, and cab drivers on what they should do: Nothing. ... What should startup founders do? Focus on hiring great people, closing more deals, and making their customers happy. The rest is noise. When you get to the size of Oracle or IBM, growing at the global GDP rate—or worse—you can worry about shifting macro trends."

IMF's Christine Lagarde on Brexit uncertainty:

Shawn Donnan talks to the IMF.org's Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, about Brexit and how global growth has been impacted following the UK's referendum to leave the EU. Published by FT.com July 7, 2016.

See also: Heard in the Hutong: Beijingers on Brexit - China Real Time Report | WSJ.com: Do you think the European Union will become weaker if Britain leaves? Do you think Britain will be better off on its own? "The EU will become weaker. For the U.K., as I said before, it’s hard to tell..." Do you see any consequences for China of this? "No."

Since Brexit vote on June 23, 2016, 3 other nation's benchmarks (see chart below):
  • Germany's DAX Down 6%
  • France's CAC40 Down 6%
  • USA's S&P500 Up 1%
Top to bottom: DAX, CAC40, and S&P500 (source: google.com)

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