Here are nine 'black swan' events in recent memory that profoundly changed markets, ranging from the Asian financial crisis of 1997 to the more current Brexit.
Many experts predicted a Brexit calamity if the UK voted to leave. Were they right? We look at the last three months and the aftermath of...
Despite the potential negative economic consequences, there is one reason a Brexit makes sense: non-performing loans and Europe's troubled banking sector.
The fate of Germany's largest bank appears to be sealed. This timeline shows the fall of Deutsche Bank, one of Europe's most crucial financial institutions.
Commodities are back! Precious metals hit two-year highs post-Brexit, while oil and natural gas had their best quarter in years.
Europe's got a fever, and the only prescription is...more referendums. Austria and Holland have been identified by Eurasia Group as the likely sources.
Brexit happened and markets are turned upside-down. However, this may only be just the beginning...
The global economic climate finally has composure, according to asset management firm Schroders. It may be the calm before the storm, though.
A potential British exit from the European Union, or Brexit, could have big ramifications for investors. Here's the view from one think tank why a Brexit...
France's third largest bank, SocGen, sees more negative black swan events on the horizon than potential upside.