Brexit Analysis Directory -

The United Kingdom's EU Referendum vote (known as the 'Brexit') is scheduled to begin 7am local London time on Thursday, June 23, and will run through 10pm (that's 06:00-21:00 GMT and 02:00-17:00 EDT). The subsequent tally will very likely keep markets on edge waiting for a clear outcome, well into Friday trade.

Why is this event so important? How far does its influence reach? What should you do in the face of this risk? This aggregate page acts as a directory to find the DailyFX analysts' broad coverage of this extremely important event for the entire financial system.

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Brexit Background

Brexit Referendum Timeline: When Will Districts Report Results? - 06/22/16

Euro-Zone ZEW Survey Emphasizes "Brexit" as a Source of Uncertainty - 06/21/2016

Being as Clear as Possible: Thursday's Brexit Vote a Direct Threat to the Euro - 06/20/2016

British Pound Soars as Polls Show Support for "Brexit" Ebbing - 06/20/2016

The Build-Up to Brexit - 06/20/2016

Brexit Scenarios

Crowd Still Net-Short GBP/USD as YouGov Poll Shows Remain at 51% - 06/22/2016

GBP/USD Soars to 2016 High on Supportive Brexit Polls - 06/22/16

Breaking Down BREXIT Scenarios Webinar Series - 06/21/2016

British Pound Seesaws on Conflicting Brexit Polls - 0 6/20/2016

British Pound Braces for Massive Volatility in Two Weeks Ahead - 06/17/2016

IMF Report Suggests Serious Economic Consequences of Brexit - 06/16/2016

Brexit Global Risks

Strategy Video: Market Is Making Dangerous Brexit Bets - 06/23/2016

Strategy Video: Dollar's Safe Haven Exposure to Brexit Risk - 06/22/2016

Brexit Vote May Stoke Violent Instability Beyond UK Assets - 06/22/2016

Brexit Risk Threatens Mainland through Hong Kong on Business, Equities - 06/21/2016

Markets May Underestimate "Brexit" Threat Facing the Euro - 06/21/2016

Euro, Pound Gap Higher as Yen Drops Amid Ebbing Brexit Fears - 06/20/2016

Australian Dollar at the Mercy of UK EU Membership Referendum - 06/18/2016

Brexit Market Conditions

Adjusting Your Trading Expectations in Volatile & Possibly Illiquid Markets - 06/23/2016

Crude Oil, Gold Price Moves Mean Little Ahead of "Brexit" Outcome - 06/22/2016

Four Markets of Extreme Vulnerability as We Approach the Brexit Vote - 06/21/2016

Gold Price to Look Past Yellen, Draghi as "Brexit" Vote Looms - 06/21/2016

Gold Prices Drop, Crude Oil Gains as Polls Turn Against "Brexit" - 06/20/2016

Retail Crowd Flips Positioning in GBP/USD on Approach to Brexit Vote - 06/20/2016

Technical Analysis

FTSE 100: Rallying Sharply as 'Brexit' Fears Subside - 06/20/2016

GBP/USD Surges Above $1.4600 as Brexit Odds Plunge - 06/20/2016


Chart 1: GBP/USD Daily Chart with Historical SSI (Oct'15 to Jun'16)

Chart created using Marketscope 2.0

Chart 2: FX Volatility Measures (Short-term versus Long-term)

Chart 3: GBP/USD versus 1- and 2-week Annualized Implied Volatility

Charts created by Chief Currency Strategist John Kicklighter

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