Brexit's impact on financial markets is key because it will ultimately determine economic outcomes, says Macquarie Securities Group's Viktor Shvets.
Asia markets open mixed Monday, with the Nikkei up more than 1 percent on expectations of a yen intervention.
The Bank of England will likely focus on improving liquidity as a 25 basis points rate cut won't help much, The Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar says
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer says Brexit is one of the few incidents that is threatening to unwind the global order.
YTL Group's Francis Yeoh says the risks of U.K. staying in the EU is less than if it were to leave but Europe needs reforms urgently.
Even if the U.K. votes to stay, political trouble will remain as the Conservative Party is split, says Independent Strategy's David Roche.
Referendum results are showing that the Remain camp has underperformed compared to previous polls, notes NUS Senior Fellow James Crabtree.
Markets are in a volatile state but London's results ought to stabilize investor sentiment, says Gavin Parry from Parry International Trading.
The vast majority of clients with European or U.K. businesses said they were looking past the Brexit referendum, says UBS WM's Simon Smiles.
Saxo Capital Markets' Christoffer Moltke-Leth talks about the wild swings seen in the sterling and other currencies.
Asia markets open higher on Friday as early Brexit poll results show a tight race; currency markets remain volatile.
U.K.'s EU membership will continue to be a deeply divided issue and a political nightmare for David Cameron, says Cicero Group's Andrew Naylor.
Nikko Asset Management's Roger Bridges says that the pound had been overbought as investors swung towards pricing in a Bremain outcome.
Even with a Brexit, there's little downside for markets as the process would take years, says Fisher Investments' Ken Fisher.
The U.K. hospitality industry may suffer a manpower crunch in the aftermath of a Brexit, a hotelier warned Thursday.
The uncertainty of a Brexit will have an impact on currencies, raw material costs and labor costs, Greatview Aseptic Packaging CEO Jeff Bi says.
The dollar/yuan pair will head up to 6.8 but there won't be any massive yuan devaluation, says UBS Wealth Management's Dominic Schnider.
There will be a painful initial market reaction to a Brexit decision but markets will eventually settle down, says JPMorgan AM's Kerry Craig.
While Brexit will hit the hotel industry hard it won't actually be a huge issue for the U.K. as a whole, says Aron Harilela from Harilela Hotels.
A Brexit scenario would have long-term damage to the U.K. economy and political unity in the EU, says Intl Capital Strategies CEO Heidi Crebo-Rediker.
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