The Brexit vote has raised questions about the fate of the Port Talbot Works, Britain's largest surviving steel plant, located in Wales. Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This Steel Town Voted For Brexit. Now Its Jobs Are In Jeopardy

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A European Union supporter stands with a European Union flag during a picnic against Brexit in London's Green Park on Saturday. Daniel Leal-Olivas /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nigel Farage, leader of the UKIP party, sits behind a British flag during a special session of European Parliament in Brussels on Tuesday. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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Obama Cautions Against 'Hysteria' Over Brexit Vote

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In the wake of the Brexit vote, concerns are building about London's status as a center of international banking. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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How Will Brexit Affect London's Status As A Global Financial Center?

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Donald Trump delivers a speech as he officially opens his Trump Turnberry hotel and golf resort in Scotland on Friday. Donald Trump hailed Britain's vote to leave the EU as "fantastic" shortly after arriving in Scotland. Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Foreign Ministers from EU's founding six countries — Jean Asselborn from Luxemburg, Paolo Gentiloni from Italy, Jean-Marc Ayrault from France, Frank-Walter Steinmeier from Germany, Didier Reynders from Belgium and Bert Koenders from the Netherlands (left to right) — brief the media after a meeting on the so-called Brexit in Berlin, Germany on Saturday. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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What Of London's 'Beautiful Idiots And Brilliant Lunatics,' Post-'Brexit'?

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Writer Chris Cleave says the U.K. is "a smaller island that needs friends." James Emmett/Courtesy of ChrisCleave.com hide caption

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Novelist Chris Cleave On 'Brexit': 'We've Just Shot Ourselves In Both Feet'

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Supporters of the 'Stronger In' Campaign watch the results of the EU referendum being announced at a results party at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Friday. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Advocates for the U.K. leaving the EU wave Union flags and cheer as the results come in at the Leave.EU referendum party at Millbank Tower in central London early Friday morning. Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People arrive to cast their votes Thursday at Hove Museum and Art gallery in Hove, which is near Brighton in southern England. Millions of voters are having their say in a bitterly fought, knife-edge referendum that could tear up the United Kingdom's EU membership. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Great Britain has always been ambivalent about being tied to Europe. The U.K. joined the European Economic Community in 1973, and two years later, it held a referendum on whether it should leave. Here, members of the Labour Party hold a 1975 news conference to explain why they favor pulling out of the European body. However, U.K. citizens voted 2 to 1 to remain in the EEC at that time. J. Wilds/Getty Images hide caption

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Aberystwyth lies in a cove along the Welsh coast and looks out toward Ireland. Aberystwyth is part of an area that YouGov, the on-line polling company, says is the most EU-friendly region in the United Kingdom. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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From London To The Welsh Coast, Sharp Disagreements On 'Brexit'

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Jamie Dimon, head of JPMorgan Chase, recently warned of potential job losses in the United Kingdom if the U.K. votes to leave the European Union. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Big U.S. Companies Are Weighing In On This Week's 'Brexit' Vote, Too

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Men wearing pro-Brexit T-shirts at an event in London on May 11. Polls show that older voters are more like to vote for the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, while younger voters are more likely to cast ballots to stay in the EU. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Brexit Vote Reveals The Generation Gap In The United Kingdom

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European Union and U.K. Union Jack flags hang at a meeting for U.K. citizens living in Germany to discuss the implications of the proposed "Brexit" from the EU. Adam Berry/Getty Images hide caption

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