Louisville stocks inch back to pre-Brexit levels, and some even advance

Brown-Forman, GE, and Haier clawed back losses sustained in the days after Britain’s unexpected vote to quit the European Union a week ago today — and then some, based on today’s closing prices. All three are now above pre-Brexit levels.

Post-Brexit stock prices

But the other big employers in Boulevard’s Stock Portfolio are still in the red, with Ford the deepest: the automaker, which employs nearly 10,000 in the Louisville area, is still down 6% from its closing price June 23, when Brits went to the polls, but before results were known to Wall Street.

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