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  • June US payrolls data to be released today

    Thanos Vamvakidis, head of G10 FX at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses how markets and the Federal Reserve may react to the payrolls data.

  • How low will yields go?

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar.

  • NEW YORK, July 1- When British voters shocked world markets by voting to leave the European Union last week, emerging markets assets seemed among the most vulnerable to a full-on retreat to safe havens from riskier investments. "Janet Yellen has made it clear that events outside of the U.S. will have a bearing on the Fed's decision making and she was explicit about...

  • *Silver breaches $19 level for the first time since Sept 2014. NEW YORK/ LONDON, July 1- Gold rose 1 percent on Friday and was heading for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a weaker dollar and prospects for further monetary policy easing in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Safe-haven demand for the metal spurred most of the gains as investors...

  • NEW YORK, July 1- When British voters shocked world markets by voting to leave the European Union last week, emerging markets assets seemed among the most vulnerable to a full-on retreat to safe havens from riskier investments. "Janet Yellen has made it clear that events outside of the U.S. will have a bearing on the Fed's decision making and she was explicit about...

  • *150,000 new jobs seen added in May and going forward. SAN FRANCISCO, June 30- U.S. employers are adding jobs much faster than recent reports suggest, putting continued downward pressure on already low unemployment, according to a leading labor economist at the Federal Reserve. New estimates show employers added 148,000 to 152,000 jobs in May, four times the...

  • Mustafa Mohatarem said the most immediate likely impact for U.S. auto sales was a positive one as last week's referendum result brought with it a greater chance that U.S. interest rates "will remain lower longer" than if British voters had decided to stay in the European Union. he said referring to the lack of certainty around how Britain will exit from the...

  • Central Banks

    UBS CIO WM's Mads Pedersen says the Bank of England will likely adjust monetary policy rates and introduce more quantitative easing.

  • View of Hangzhou skyline at Hangzhou Civic Culture Center displaying flags of G20 members in preparation for the 2016 G20 Hangzhou summit on June 11, 2016, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province of China.

    Whether such an accord exists is not only hard to establish, it is also irrelevant, says JPMorgan's Jehangir Aziz.

  • Mustafa Mohataram said the most immediate likely impact for U.S. auto sales was a positive one as last week's referendum result brought with it a greater chance that U.S. interest rates "will remain lower longer" than if British voters had decided to stay in the European Union. he said referring to the lack of certainty around how Britain will exit from the...

  • WASHINGTON, June 29- U.S. consumer spending rose for a second straight month in May on increased demand for automobiles and other goods, but there are fears Britain's vote to leave the European Union could hurt confidence and prompt households to cut back on consumption. Wednesday's fairly strong report released by the Commerce Department pointed to an...

  • high@ SYDNEY, June 29- U.S. soybeans rose for a third consecutive session on Wednesday, as increased demand for U.S. supplies and potentially adverse weather limiting yields pushed prices towards a one-week high. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade rose 0.36 percent to $11.24-3/ 4 a bushel, having firmed 1.4 percent on Tuesday when prices...

  • SYDNEY, June 29- U.S. soybeans rose for a third consecutive session on Wednesday, as increased demand for U.S. supplies and potentially adverse weather limiting yields pushed prices towards a one-week high. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell 0.36 percent to $11.24-3/ 4 a bushel, having firmed 1.4 percent on Tuesday when prices hit a...

  • BENGALURU, June 29- Gold rose early on Wednesday after dropping about a percent in the prior session, as concerns of uncertainty across financial markets in the aftermath of Britain's vote to exit the European Union continued to burnish the metal's safe-haven appeal. *Spot gold was at its highest relative to platinum on record this week as institutional and...

  • MELBOURNE, June 29- London copper was hovering close to the highest in eight weeks on Wednesday as investors bet on more global stimulus measures after Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union. *Shfe zinc and nickel had jumped 3.2 percent and 2.3 percent, respectively, tracking gains in London and on hopes countries would bring in new measures to soothe...

  • U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen

    The Fed chair's favorite inflation indicator, plus data on income and spending, could temporarily distract markets from the Brexit.

  • SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Sabine Lautenschlaeger participates in a session on "Financial regulatory changes" at the ECB Forum on Central Banking- 0800 GMT. SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Vitor Constancio participates in a session on "Financial regulatory changes" at the ECB Forum on Central Banking- 1030 GMT.

  • SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Sabine Lautenschlaeger participates in a session on "Financial regulatory changes" at the ECB Forum on Central Banking- 0800 GMT. SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Vitor Constancio participates in a session on "Financial regulatory changes" at the ECB Forum on Central Banking- 1030 GMT.

  • WASHINGTON, June 28- U.S. economic growth slowed in the first quarter but not as sharply as previously estimated, and while there are signs of a pickup in the second quarter, analysts worry Britain's vote to leave the European Union could hurt activity later this year. Gross domestic product increased at a 1.1 percent annual rate, rather than the 0.8 percent pace...

  • The U.S. dollar fell against the British pound and the euro as the market took a breather and potential profit-taking.