World oil prices rebounded in Asia on Tuesday, but tremors from Britain's shocking EU vote weighed on sentiment.
Investors are concerned that Britain’s decision to leave the EU will trigger a rate cut by the Bank of England.
Oil prices enjoyed a modest rebound in Asian trade on Monday despite lingering market volatility.
Britain’s currency gets hammered as traders forecast months of uncertainty following the nation’s decision to leave the EU.
Gold climbed as much as 8% on Friday as investors flocked to the precious metal.
Rand one of the biggest victims as Brexit triggers rush into safe-havens such as the yen and the dollar.
Britain’s currency fell as much as 9% to a 30-year-low below $1.35 as results from the EU referendum trickled in.
Oil prices rose in Asia on Thursday as traders monitored developments in Britain’s EU referendum.
SA’s rand extended gains against the dollar in early trade on Thursday.
The pound advanced to a six-month high against the dollar on Thursday just hours before Britain’s EU referendum.
Oil climbed in Asia on Wednesday after US Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen's cautious remarks on the US economy weakened the dollar.
SA’s rand pulls back from seven-week highs against the dollar on Wednesday as caution prevails on the eve of Britain’s EU referendum.
The dollar held on to modest gains early on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s testimony before Congress.
Oil prices fell in Asia on Tuesday ahead of a report on US crude inventories.
Oil prices extended gains in Asia on Monday on the back of a weaker US dollar.