Right now, there is a shortage of investors, willing to take risks.
Federal Reserve will cut two planned hikes to just one this year.
The USD extends its decline against other majors.
A growing number of the British lean towards staying in the EU.
European and Asian indices have re-ignited their appetite for mining and energy companies.
It is not likely to see further risk asset growth any time soon.
China could be affected by Brexit to a lesser extent than other stock markets.
Is the UK economy strong enough to endure the breakup with the European Union?
The British decision on the referendum will have far-reaching effects on the US and global economy.
The US Dollar extended its losing streak against its major opponents.
Oil prices attempt to rebound on Friday.
Energy futures show solid growth on Tuesday.
Oil prices are confidently heading to the $40 level.
The strengthening Yen decreased the appeal of local stocks.
The BoJ and RBA Meeting Minutes revealed increasing confidence in global economic growth.