The Australian share market looks set to open higher, after US and European stocks rose on hopes Britons have voted to remain part of the European Union.
The SPI is up 81 points, at 5314.
Voting in the UK’s EU referendum ends at 0700 AEST, with the result expected to be known within hours.
Locally, the AOFM will issue $1 billion of November 21, 2020 Treasury bonds, while building materials company CSR holds its annual general meeting in Sydney.
- The SPI is up 81 points, at 5314
- AUD at 76.11 US cents, 80.69 Japanese yen, 66.79 Euro cents and 51.09 British pence
- On Wall St, near the close, Dow +1.1%, S&P 500 +1%, Nasdaq +1.4%
- In Europe, Stoxx 50 +2%, FTSE +1.2%, CAC +2%, DAX +1.9%
- Spot gold -0.4% to $US1260.85 an ounce
- Brent crude +1.1% to $US50.42 a barrel
- Iron ore -0.8% to $US51.89 per tonne
What’s on today
Brexit, Brexit, Brexit; CSR AGM