BBC Capital considers how a vote from the UK to leave the EU might impact your budget.
The UK has voted to quit the European Union - a decision that will bring change for currencies, trade rules, and the status of UK markets and regulations.
It's a transition that could take several years to play out in full, so what does it mean for the items on your average UK shopping list or household budget?
The value of the pound versus the euro, dollar and other currencies sank following the results and the outcome will likely mean a rise in inflation, albeit from a very low level.
BBC Capital wanted to find out if and how a vote for the UK to quit the EU might impact the cost of the things we love, use and rely on every day - some might feature in your shopping basket, while others might be something your family spends on annually.
This is an informed view of what could happen, but not a conclusive or definitive view as many drivers of prices currently remain unclear.
We have gone to multiple expert sources for the information contained in this infographic - trade bodies, unions, government organisations, think tanks, financial institutions and research organisations - some of whom have expressed publicly whether they believe the UK should vote in or out.
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