The Fed will consider changes in its monetary policy as soon as Brexit after-effects manifest.
The negative Brexit consequences have started to take effects.
China could be affected by Brexit to a lesser extent than other stock markets.
Considering the recession probability in the UK, the central bank may lower the interest rates.
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The drop is associated with weak Manufacturing PMI report.
Manufacturing PMI report in June shows that the industrial sector in China is stalling.
It is not likely to see further risk asset growth any time soon.
The turmoil surrounding the UK referendum has calmed down and liquidity is returning to the markets.
UK will not receive any trading privileges from former partners.
Energy futures show solid growth on Tuesday.
The BoJ and RBA Meeting Minutes revealed increasing confidence in global economic growth.
A growing number of the British lean towards staying in the EU.
The Japanese currency is approaching strong monthly resistance levels.
Oil prices attempt to rebound on Friday.