The valuation of the British pound, which has taken a huge hit, is the epicenter.
The Bank of England cannot raise interest rates to support the pound. 
He displays such a poor understanding of sovereign money, it's unbelievable. 
Prepare for an overreaction no matter which side wins.
A vote to leave the EU could cause a currency crisis in the U.K. 
No matter what the result, uncertainty will be higher after Thursday. 
Imports were better than expected, but probably due to capital flight.
The renminbi seeks to replace the British pound as third reserve currency.
But volatility actually proves the U.K. will most likely remain in the EU. 
The overnight crowd isn't helping the cause of a weaker dollar.

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