Join Bloomberg for Everything You Need to Know as Brexit Unfolds

All eyes are on the U.K. referendum this week as British voters take to the polls to decide on the country’s continued membership of the European Union. Will they remain or will they leave?

Both sides are ending their campaigns with emotional appeals to vote in a referendum they say is too close to call. As a global organization with more than 2,400 reporters, editors, analysts and economists  in more than 120 countries, Bloomberg will be equipped to deliver news, data and analysis in real-time across its television, radio, web and Terminal platforms.

Here’s a brief timeline on what to expect as referendum day unfolds as well as the how to stay informed along the way with Bloomberg.

Leading up to 10:00 PM BST / 5:00 PM EDT / 5:00 AM HKT – Bloomberg’s Live Blog begins on the web and the Terminal at TLIV{GO}; Live television coverage continues
10:00 PM BST/ 5:00 PM EDT / 5:00 AM HKT– Polling stations close
12:00 AM BST / 7:00 PM EDT / 7:00 AM HKT– First results in
2:00 AM BST / 9:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM HKT – About 40 results are scheduled to be in
3:00 AM BST / 10:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM HKT – More than one third of results in
4:00 AM BST / 11:00 AM EDT / 11:00 PM HKT– The busiest time – nearly 100 counts scheduled to be completed
7:00 AM BST / 2:00 AM EDT / 2:00 PM HKT– The last three scheduled results in

Our home for all things Brexit on the Web is at where we’ll provide a range of news, data and analysis, including:
Brexit Watch Indicators: Bloomberg’s Brexit Watch Indicators page includes several key metrics including the ‘Brexit Likelihood Score’, the ‘Brexit Poll Tracker’, which aggregates previously published opinion polls, a British Pound Value tracker which tracks investor sentiment on the pound, and a graph detailing Corporate Bond Spreads between U.K. and European investment-grade corporate bonds since September.
Live Blog: As polls close on Thursday night, Bloomberg’s Live Blog will provide real-time updates and commentary from Bloomberg journalists, columnists and analysts across Bloomberg platforms including Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg View and Bloomberg Gadfly.
Vote tally graphic: As votes are tallied and reported, Bloomberg’s real-time ‘Tallying the Votes’ graphic will map each region’s progress in reporting results.
Bloomberg QuickTake:  Get smart fast by reading Bloomberg’s summary of the issues facing U.K. voters in the referendum, edited by Bloomberg News UK government and politics reporter Robert Hutton.

On Bloomberg Television & Radio:
The Bloomberg Television and Radio teams have been on the ground reporting all week leading up to Thursday’s vote.
Special programming: Bloomberg TV will provide live reports from 10 locations including London, Edinburgh, Brussels, Berlin, Paris, Zurich, Madrid, Rome, Copenhagen and from across the United States as the votes are tallied with reporters, analysts, commentators and expert guests. Watch live TV on the web, and in the U.S. check Bloomberg’s channel finder for your local station.
Listen to Bloomberg Radio on the web at com/audio, and in the U.S. on SiriusXM, Channel 119; New York, NY, AM 1130 (WBBR); Boston, MA, AM 1200 and FM HD2 94.5; Washington, D.C., FM 99.1 and FM HD2 105.7; Bay Area, AM 960 FM HD2 103.7.

On the Bloomberg Terminal:
Bloomberg Terminal subscribers can access even more content at BREX to:
See the latest polling data and news.
Analyze potential market effects using Bloomberg Intelligence analysis.
Follow public sentiment about the referendum after the poll is closed.
Chart related political, market and economic data and the impact of a Brexit, based on indicators such as referendum poll results, EURGBP currency movements and merger and acquisition deal flow.
Bloomberg Terminal subscribers can go to TLIV to access Bloomberg’s Top Live blog with real-time updates and commentary as polls close from Bloomberg journalists, columnists and analysts across Bloomberg platforms including Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg View and Bloomberg Gadfly.