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Market sessions and volatility feedback

So with the impending vote I have topic I am curious to get peoples opinion on.

The 3 days prior to today saw several low volume range day, no big surprise. With ballots getting cast last night during the European session you saw the overnight US markets make a larger move. During the day today (23rd) however the range was pretty limited up until the last roughly hour and a half. Once the US markets closed however volatility went off the chart.

I understand that news like this has huge impacts on the world economy and large institutions, but why so much action AFTER the US markets close and BEFORE the European markets open? Is it FX related? What do you think?

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I understand that news like this has huge impacts on the world economy and large institutions, but why so much action AFTER the US markets close and BEFORE the European markets open? Is it FX related? What do you think?

Electronic trading markets, man. The world is large, like 24-hour large.

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The Beast is Dropping out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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So with the impending vote I have topic I am curious to get peoples opinion on.

The 3 days prior to today saw several low volume range day, no big surprise. With ballots getting cast last night during the European session you saw the overnight US markets make a larger move. During the day today (23rd) however the range was pretty limited up until the last roughly hour and a half. Once the US markets closed however volatility went off the chart.

I understand that news like this has huge impacts on the world economy and large institutions, but why so much action AFTER the US markets close and BEFORE the European markets open? Is it FX related? What do you think?

I guess results started coming in at 8pm eastern hence why the big moves came then.

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Man, look at the FTSE (footsie) future, down almost 8%. Oi vey! And GC, as expected on a turn like this, is super up. Wheee!

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Brexit is done dusted....All of this is the fault of the United States and her allies. The US and her allies created an in-stable middle east which led to the many uprisings and the Arab spring.....then the rise of IS, which led to a huge refugee crisis. IS fanned the flames into Islamophobia and now the world is scared....

This is what the Brexit means to me. A sad day for humanity....

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I believe there is a strong *&^% the system sentiment in the world at the moment. POTUS Trump might be possible come November... Either that or a deadlock election that leads to the House voting and failing to select a POTUS.

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I believe there is a strong *&^% the system sentiment in the world at the moment. POTUS Trump might be possible come November... Either that or a deadlock election that leads to the House voting and failing to select a POTUS.

Besides the risk of the end of EU (Greek default risk included), the TRUMP card (pun intended) is the next risk off card to be played...

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Brexit is reality

Results of 52% to leave versus 48% to stay...
72% went voting.

Pound lost 10% until now.

Markets today will be shaky.

Best to stay at the sideline.

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Brexit is done dusted....All of this is the fault of the United States and her allies. The US and her allies created an in-stable middle east which led to the many uprisings and the Arab spring.....then the rise of IS, which led to a huge refugee crisis. IS fanned the flames into Islamophobia and now the world is scared....

This is what the Brexit means to me. A sad day for humanity....

uh yeah, its the fault of the US, of course. Because in the end its always our fault, right? All those British citizens who voted to 'Leave' are just mindless drones who didn't really have a choice...

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