Why have stock markets bounced since the Brexit vote?

The referendum of 23rd June 2016, that began the UK’s journey out of Europe, delivered a seismic shock not just to the UK stock market, but to markets around the world. However, after some frightening rumblings, the economic landslide never happened. There was a marked initial dip, but since then the UK stock market has surged ahead. Why has this happened, and is it all good news? Hours after British citizens voted to ditch the European Union, global stocks took a historic two-day tumble. But not only did they soon stabilise, they have ...