European shares fell in early trading on Tuesday after a sharp rally in the previous session.
The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 0.2 percent on Tuesday.
Oil prices fell in Asia on Tuesday ahead of a report on US crude inventories.
Asian shares rose on Tuesday, cautiously extending a rally triggered by growing expectations that British voters will opt to remain in the EU.
American stocks rose on Monday, though indexes ended far from the highs of the day.
The Hang Seng Index rose 1.7 percent on Monday, while the China Enterprises Index gained 1.8 percent.
South Africa’s rand strengthened as much as 1.3 percent against the dollar in early trade on Monday.
European shares rallied on Monday, with the banking sector leading as renewed hope that Britain would to vote to stay in ...
China’s main stock indexes were flat on Monday, bucking the upward trend in Asian markets.
Oil prices extended gains in Asia on Monday on the back of a weaker US dollar.
Sterling rallied on Monday as opinion polls swung in favour of British voters opting to remain in the European Union.
Asian stocks gained as some fears that Britain would vote to leave the EU abated on Monday.
Gold heads for the first three-week advance since February as the debate over whether the UK should exit from the EU dominates trader discussions.
Oil pares the biggest weekly decline in more than two months as a weaker dollar bolstered the appeal of commodities.
South Africa's rand recoups some of the previous day's heavy losses against the dollar on Friday as risk appetite revives.