- The CBOE Market Volatility Index, dubbed Wall Street's fear index, climbs above a symbolic threshold. Above the 20-level as the Brexit vote approaches.
- About that Brexit vote. Unsurprisingly, expert opinions remain very split on what the vote will mean for markets. In one corner, it won't have a big impact on the U.S. market. In another corner, investors are more worried about it than a Fed rate hike, or the November election.
- In the wake of that $26.2 billion LinkedIn sale, Goldman Sachs has tried to identify the next technology companies likely to be acquisition targets. Eight potential sellers as tech industry deals pick up steam.
- It would appear that earning the distinction of "Wall Street's Best Athlete" requires a previous stint in the NFL. Ex-NFLer holds on to the crown for the fifth straight year. He beat out, you guessed it, another fellow ex-NFLer.
Investment Insights: The Blogblog
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