Which blue-chip stocks are poised to rebound after the Brexit vote?

A lot of stocks are rising again after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, but none are quite ready to bounce back as fast as blue-chips, according to analysts.

Bloomberg’s Jason O’Malley and Jason Zweig of FBR Capital Markets, in a note to clients, noted that investors should consider the fact that the blue-Chip Index, which tracks the stock market as a whole, is up 0.4% year-over-year this year, the biggest gain of any U.S. index since November 2016.

The blue-Chick Index has increased 0.1% year over year.

Blue-chip shares are up almost 14% over the last year.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up a whopping 2,621.4 points, or nearly 4% over 2017.

The S&P 500 is up 2,822.4.

The Nasdaq is up 1,918.2.

The Russell 2000 is up more than 2,000.

The BATS Global Select is up almost 7,000, or more than 9% over 2016.

The biggest gainers in blue-CHicks stocks are U.K.-based stocks, which have seen their market capitalizations surge.

Blue Chip stocks are up more by an average of 12.3% year to date, according a Bloomberg survey of analysts.

The average increase for blue-cap stocks is 6.3%.

The biggest declines in blue chips this year are in U.k.-based companies, which are down 8.7% and 5.7%.

The biggest gains in blue chip stocks are in China, which is down 0.6% and 3.9%.

The largest decline in blue Chip stocks is in Australia, which has fallen by more than 7% and is down 7.3%, according to the Bloomberg survey.

The top 10 blue-checks are:NikeCo (NKE), up 1.7%, Nike (NOK) up 5.6%, WPP (WPP), up 7.4%, Coca-Cola (KO) up 3.1%, NikeCo (NAKE) up 1%Total gainers:1.

Coca-CokeCo (KO), up 9.9%, Wippo (WIP), up 6.9%2.

NikeCo, up 14.2%, Wepco (WPS), up 10.1%”The top five blue-Checks are Nike, WPP, Wippoe, WPS, Coca-Cola and NikeCo.