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Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, as traders eye key central bank meetings in the U.S. and Japan due later in the week.
European stocks fluctuated on Friday as investors digested more corporate earnings and new PMI data for Europe.
Britain's economy is shrinking, the broadest survey of business confidence since last month's historic vote to quit the EU showed.
The dollar fell after a six-week high against the yen, while the Euro showed little change after ECB keeps policy unchanged.
Monetary stimulus may be needed to prevent a slump in U.K. construction following the Brexit vote.
Gold edged higher on Tuesday, as European shares hit a one-week low.
The dollar rose against a basket of major currencies after U.S. housing starts rose by more than expected in June.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including SoftBank buying ARM Holdings in an all cash deal.
The splurge in monetary stimulus by central banks means even tiny interest-rate raises may cause serious trouble for countries’ economies, a CIO says.
The dollar spiked against the Turkish lira after gunfire was heard in the capital of Ankara on Friday.
Asia markets closed mixed on Friday, following another record close in U.S. stocks, and as investors digested a data deluge from China.
Asian countries should actually benefit from any central bank easing resulting from Brexit, says Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng.
The pound will likely retrace back to $1.31 against the greenback, after the Bank of England held rates steady, says Maybank's Saktiandi Supaat.
It's not the first time that Japan will pull the fiscal trigger, and the impact will diminishes each time, says Standard Chartered's Clive McDonnell.
The odds are high that the Bank of England will move in August, says Federated Investors' Steve Auth.
The Bank of England surprised market by holding fire on post-referendum rate cut.
Stocks closed higher after the BOE hinted at looser monetary policy and as earnings season kicked into full gear.
The central bank's decision-making process over the last six or eight months has been "a bit puzzling," former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh tells CNBC.
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There is acknowledgement that the data are just not available yet to show what effect the Brexit vote has done.