With Vote Looming, Financial Industry Braces For A Potential Brexit03:42
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Leave supporters hold banners and flags as they stand on Westminster Bridge during an EU referendum campaign stunt in which a flotilla of boats supporting "Leave" sailed up the River Thames outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. A flotilla of boats protesting EU fishing polices has sailed up the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament as part of a campaign backing Britain's exit from the European Union. The flotilla was greeted by boats carrying "remain" supporters. (Matt Dunham/AP)
Leave supporters hold banners and flags as they stand on Westminster Bridge during an EU referendum campaign stunt in which a flotilla of boats supporting "Leave" sailed up the River Thames outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. A flotilla of boats protesting EU fishing polices has sailed up the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament as part of a campaign backing Britain's exit from the European Union. The flotilla was greeted by boats carrying "remain" supporters. (Matt Dunham/AP)
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There are a lot of jitters in the financial world over a potential Brexit, a British exit from the European Union, ahead of next week's vote. European banks are bracing for a potential drop in profits, and insurance costs for bank debt increased this week to a five-month high.

Here & Now's Robin Young looks at how the jitters are having an impact ahead of next week's vote with Maggie Lake, host of "CNNMoney with Maggie Lake."

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Maggie Lake, host of "CNNMoney with Maggie Lake." She tweets @maggielake.

This segment aired on June 16, 2016.

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