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Brexit Outcome Stuns Markets – What Comes Next?

Updated -  Jun 24, 2016 1:20:00 PM By James Chen, CMT

The outcome of Thursday’s historic EU referendum, in which nearly 52% of UK voters opted to leave the European Union, stunned markets globally in its immediate aftermath on Friday morning. The vote counting began with a surprisingly sizeable lead for Leave at over 60% of voters in Sunderland, and the pro-Brexit camp never looked back as it continued to maintain a modest advantage throughout the vote tally, even after the expectedly pro-Remain London votes came [...] Continue Reading


Watch for Brexit aftershocks next week

Updated -  Jun 24, 2016 1:00:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

It was a black Friday in the financial markets after Britain voted to leave the EU in a historic referendum which saw David Cameron resign as Prime Minister. As it became clear that the outcome of the UK referendum was going to be an exit from the EU, the pound literally got pounded as it dropped from an overnight high of 1.50 to sub 1.33 when the news was confirmed, while the FTSE tanked nearly [...] Continue Reading


Markets react to shock Brexit outcome

Updated -  Jun 24, 2016 6:30:00 AM By Source: eSignal and FOREX.com

As it became clear that the outcome of the UK referendum was going to be an exit from the EU, the pound literally got pounded as it dropped from an overnight high of 1.50 to sub 1.33 when the news was confirmed, while the FTSE tanked nearly 10% at the open. Most people were undoubtedly wrong-footed given how confident some betting companies were in pricing in the odds for remain. Naturally, the markets have rebounded [...] Continue Reading


GBP/USD: Brexit or Bremain? The wait is almost over!

Updated -  Jun 23, 2016 1:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The much-anticipated EU referendum day did not disappoint those looking for volatility as the pound and stocks soared higher first thing this morning before dropping equally sharply in the afternoon. As we go to press, the markets have rebounded once again but remain on the edge as traders await the outcome of the vote in the early hours of Friday. As we reported earlier, it looks like the bookies and the markets are convinced that [...] Continue Reading


USD/JPY surges to test key level ahead of EU referendum outcome

Updated -  Jun 23, 2016 11:10:00 AM By James Chen, CMT

As markets across the globe early on Referendum Thursday continued to reflect strong conviction that the majority of Britons would vote to remain in the European Union, USD/JPY tentatively surged above key resistance around the 105.50 level before paring some of its gains. This sharp rise was primarily due to substantial weakening of the yen, as bets that a Remain outcome would prevail prompted a considerable shift away from the safe haven Japanese currency. This [...] Continue Reading


FTSE: Global stocks jump as Brexit odds tank

Updated -  Jun 23, 2016 7:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

For weeks, market participants have been speculating about what might the outcome of the Brexit vote will be. While the results are not due in until the early hours of Friday, it looks like the bookies and the markets have made up their minds. Stocks, oil, pound, and everything else considered a “risky” asset, including copper and emerging market currencies, all surged higher this morning in favour of safe haven gold, yen, dollar and Swiss [...] Continue Reading


Gold’s fortunes hang by a Brexit thread

Updated -  Jun 22, 2016 5:00:00 PM By James Chen, CMT

The price of gold less than a day ahead of Britain’s EU referendum hangs by a very thin thread. Since late last week, when market concerns over a potential Brexit began to wane, that thread has become even more tenuous. The precious metal has been falling for the past week from last week’s long-term high above $1300 resistance as the Remain campaign within the Brexit debate has regained some momentum in recent days. Still, despite [...] Continue Reading


GBP/JPY in focus ahead of Brexit vote

Updated -  Jun 22, 2016 1:20:00 PM By James Chen, CMT

In the immediate run-up to Thursday’s EU referendum in the UK, as market participants have increasingly come to doubt the probability of a pro-Brexit outcome, a general “risk-on” environment has enveloped global markets. With respect to currencies, the two that potentially stand to gain or lose the most from the outcome of the vote, the British pound and the Japanese yen, have reacted in somewhat predictable ways to this new market environment. Whereas the volatile [...] Continue Reading


USD/JPY: Brexit or Bremain? Countdown Begins

Updated -  Jun 22, 2016 12:50:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

In 15 hours or so, the voting will begin and soon we will find out whether the UK public has chosen to remain or exit the EU. As you would expect, politicians are making their final pitch for votes on the last day of campaigning as they try to win support of those still undecided. Expect to see increasing levels of volatility in the interim and the markets are likely to turn very wild once [...] Continue Reading


Crude back at $50 as traders anticipate sharp draw in US stocks

Updated -  Jun 22, 2016 8:20:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Oil prices are little-changed at the time of this writing after they snapped back into the positive territory and above $50 a barrel late in the day yesterday. Both oil contracts were lower in the first half of yesterday’s session. This was possibly due to a rebounding US dollar and profit-taking ahead of US oil inventories data, especially since prices had risen rather sharply in the prior couple of days. Crude oil, which has been [...] Continue Reading


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