‘Brexit’ has global markets bracing for more fallout


The fallout from Britain’s surprise vote to leave the European Union caused markets around the world to plummet Friday, losing about $2 trillion in wealth. Now all eyes are on Wall Street as investors brace themselves for what could be a bumpy ride this week. On Monday morning shares in two major British banks were briefly suspended as the U.K. and Europe face a political standoff. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports for TODAY. (Run time: 2:19)