In truth, nobody would have been that surprised to see some of the more deprived areas voting to leave the EU.
And who knows what might follow?
What a shemozzle!
Outstanding analysis from the Guardian here shows how a sense of disenfranchisement and real or perceived lack of opportunity and wages growth may have led folk to vote out.
Immigration was doubtless also a major driver of votes for an exit.
Commodity prices generally sold off, although gold spiked.
In keeping with true British tradition, this so-termed class war revolt will in all likelihood see one Etonian replaced by another.
A contraction of economic growth, certainly. A recession, maybe.
But it will be a good long while before anyone really knows...