In 15 hours or so, the voting will begin and soon we will find out whether the UK public has chosen to remain or exit the European Union. As you would expect, politicians are making their final pitch for votes on the last day of campaigning as they try to win support of those still undecided.
Sterling rose half a percent in early London trading today and the euro added to gains in the past 24 hours on expectations that the killing of a pro-European Union British lawmaker may alter the balance of opinion in Britain's referendum on EU membership.
Yesterday’s tragic killing of Labour MP Jo Cox saw both Brexit and Leave camps suspend their campaigns. This led to speculation that the Leave camp will now lose support and the bookies cut their odds for Brexit and British pound staged a short-covering bounce accordingly.
Shares, crude oil and bond yields rose today after a tumultuous week and as campaigning for Britain's European Union membership referendum next week was suspended after the killing of a pro-"Remain" politician.