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  1. GBP/USD Driving Equities and Volatility, Likely to Persist
    Don't expect Brexit headlines to leave the newswires any time soon.
  2. British Pound May Bounce as Markets Digest Brexit Blood-Letting
    The British Pound may bounce while risky assets claw back some lost ground and haven alternatives ease back as markets digest Brexit-inspired volatility.
  3. Gold Prices May Correct Lower as Brexit News-Flow Slows
    Gold prices may correct lower after spiking to the highest level in two years amid a lull in fresh news-flow informing post-Brexit referendum narrative.
  4. China’s Market News: Spokesman Addresses China-UK Relationship After Brexit
    Following the result of the Brexit referendum, the Chinese government offered official comments on the matter. Also, China’s Central Bank aggressively guided onshore exchange rates.
  5. The Brexit Aftermath – Technical Outlook into the Month/Quarter Close
    Webinar highlighting post-Brexit setups we’re tracking. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter heading into the close of the month / quarter.
  6. Equities Vulnerable as the World Enters a Post-Brexit Reality
    While Brexit may be bearish for the U.K. economy, it may bring on even more weakness to Europe; and European equities are seeing even more brisk sell-offs than their British counterparts.
  7. Brexit Delays Yuan Globalization Agenda, Threatens HKD/USD Peg
    The outcome of the UK Brexit referendum interrupt the Yuan’s path toward becoming a global currency and challenge the Hong Kong Dollar’s managed exchange rate regime.
  8. Currency Markets May Pause to Digest After Brexit Fireworks
    Currency markets may briefly stall to digest last week’s explosive Brexit-inspired volatility but the path of least resistance continues to favor risk aversion.
  9. Crude Oil, Gold Prices Aim in Opposite Directions After Brexit Jolt
    Crude oil and gold prices aim in opposite directions after last week’s Brexit-fueled volatility, with the markets still seemingly divided along risk on/off lines.
  10. Global Markets Brace for Massive Impact from Brexit
    Global markets saw extreme volatility on the back of the Brexit referendum, and this sets in course a long political process that can bring considerable uncertainty to global capital markets.
  11. GBPUSD, EURUSD & Gold Technical Outlook in a Post Brexit World
    The Brexit vote has triggered a cascade of unprecedented moves across the currency markets. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  12. China’s Market News: PBOC Prepares Onshore GBPCNY ahead of Brexit
    While China’s Central Bank prepares the Pound/Yuan cross rate ahead of the Brexit referendum, they continue to promote Yuan’s role in a broader Asia, Europe and South America.
  13. Brexit Referendum Could Present Far More Risk than Reward
    Residents in the UK are casting their votes in the widely-awaited Brexit referendum, but traders need to be extra careful of getting hit with gap risk in a low-liquidity environment.
  14. Crude Oil, Gold Prices Face Seesaw Volatility on "Brexit" Vote
    Crude oil and gold prices are likely to face seesaw volatility in the hours ahead as UK voters take to the polls for the much-anticipated EU membership referendum.
  15. Euro to Look Past PMI Data with "Brexit" Worries at the Forefront
    The Euro will almost certainly look past Eurozone PMI data as worries about the outcome of the UK EU membership referendum preoccupy financial markets.
  16. NZD/CAD Longs at Risk on Approach of Key Resistance at 9200
    NZD/CAD is eyeing key Fibonacci resistance after breaking above the 2016 open last week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  17. Crude Oil, Gold Price Moves Mean Little Ahead of "Brexit" Outcome
    Crude oil rose signs of inventory drawdown while gold fell after cautiously hawkish comments from Fed Chair Yellen but “Brexit” vote results may change everything.
  18. USD/CAD Bearish Pattern to Gather Pace on Upbeat Canada Retail Sales
    A marked rebound in Canada Retail Sales may fuel the near-term decline in USD/CAD as it raises the BoC’s scope to gradually move away from its easing cycle.
  19. Yellen Boosts US Dollar But "Brexit" Threatens Follow-Through
    The US Dollar gained following cautiously hawkish remarks from Fed Chair Yellen but the looming “Brexit” referendum threatens to undermine follow-through.
  20. Brexit Risk Threatens Mainland through Hong Kong on Business, Equities
    China may not seem as exposed to the risk of Brexit as many Western markets, but because of the bridge from China to Hong Kong, the two regions are very much connected.

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