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Is Twitter making the Brexit fallout worse? It’s possible.

“Mounting research shows that a feedback loop does exist between social media and the stock markets, in which online anxieties about the market’s response may feed into the response itself,” Issie Lapowsky wrote in Wired on Friday, citing a study finding that the Dow Jones industrial average drops a few days after Twitter gets panicky.

But the reaction to the Brexit vote wasn’t all doom, gloom and pleas to buy gold; there were also plenty of jokes and a few reality checks. Here are some of the best tweets from the aftermath of the surprising decision:











 — Check out Best Finance Tweets of the Month: May 2016 on ThinkAdvisor.