A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day
-Stock futures are sharply higher as investors are betting the UK will vote to remain in the EU today. Weekly jobless claims are out at 8:30am Eastern Time.
-The polls are open in the UK for the national referendum on staying in or leaving the EU. The polls close at 5pm Eastern US Time.
-Crude prices are a bit higher today and at the $49/barrel level.
-Gasoline prices fell to $2.31/gallon, national average.
-House Democrats staged a loud sit-in on the House floor yesterday trying to force a vote on gun control bills.
-More than 50 wealthy business owners, some of them long-time Republicans, will endorse Hillary Clinton today.
-Billionaire activist investor Bill Ackman just won't stop. He is escalating his campaign against Herbalife with videos aimed at proving the company is still making false statements.
-Airbnb is hiring civil rights lawyers to combat efforts to block its business in certain areas.
-A new HIV treatment seems to keep the virus in check without daily treatments.