The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Monday, June 27, 2016
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Prof. ALAN SAXE (Political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington) Hillary Clinton said the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union would usher in a period of "economic uncertainty" and highlighted the need for "experienced leadership" going forward. While, a triumphant Donald Trump pledged that the U.S. would remain a stalwart ally of Britain after the nation stunningly voted to leave the European Union.

HOLLY SIGNORELLI (Known as the "Money Adviser." She's a CPA, financial adviser and author of "Do You Know Where Your Money Is?") World stocks headed for one the biggest slumps on record on Friday as a decision by Britain to leave the European Union triggered 8 percent falls for Europe's biggest exchanges and a record plunge for sterling. Such a body blow to global confidence could well prevent the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates as planned this year, and might even provoke a new round of emergency policy easing from all the major central banks.

LUKE FLORIAN from Freedom House Buyer Luke called in to talk about how his company can help you sell your home and ways that they help the community once they buy a home.

ERIC BOLLING (Co-host of "The Five" on the Fox News Channel and author of the new book "WAKE UP AMERICA: The Nine Virtues that Made Our Nation Great - and Why We Need Them More Than Ever") Rising Fox News Channel star Eric Bolling knows first-hand what makes America great. Brought up in a struggling blue-collar family in Chicago, his parents showed him that hard work and firm values can get you far in life. Those values drove him to become a national success as a Fox News Channel personality and co-host of the highly rated show The Five.

DOUG TURNER (Shelton native, Marine Corps veteran and now working with the RecruitMilitary campaign since 2014) Doug with chat about this year's All Veterans Career Fair at Marquee Events on Thursday, July 7, 2016. The event will run from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Last July, the DAV-RecruitMilitary Hartford event connected more than 179 veteran job seekers with 31 exhibitors, including Accenture, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Lowe's Company, Inc., The Home Depot and United States Postal Service. Participating companies expected to conduct up to 316 interviews and make up to 104 job offers as a result of that career fair.

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