Money market futures are down, but the UK is still one of the top spots for the market, according to a new report from CNBC.
The data company says it found the UK was the best place in the world for buying and selling equities.
It says it was the third best market for both the U.S. and UK markets, but fell short of the U, S. and Japan markets.
It found the best places to buy and sell equities in the U., U.K. and the U-K.
were in the United States, China, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, Singapore and the Netherlands.
According to CNBC, the best way to buy equities is to take advantage of low interest rates and buy them at a low price.
The best places for buying are in the European Union, Japan and the UK.
The report also says that the biggest losers from Brexit are pension funds.
There were no surprises among the most popular equities stocks in the report.
Market chameleons, which are defined as equities that can rise and fall in value by moving from one asset class to another, are down.
The biggest decline was in the index of the London-based S&P 500.
CNBC also says the S&p 500 is down 2% from a year ago, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.7%.