Markets in Asia have suddenly plunged

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Risk assets across Asia are plunging, dropping sharply in recent traded as results of the EU referendum on whether to leave the European Union suggest that a leave outcome, or Brexit, is looking increasingly likely.

US stock futures are also now down around 2%.

Here’s the regional scoreboard as at 11.15am AEST (2.15am BST).

Stocks

  • ASX 200 5175.50 , -105.18 , -1.99%
  • Nikkei 225 15886.66 , -351.69 , -2.17%
  • KOSPI 1967.85 , -18.86 , -0.95%
  • S&P 500 Futures 2083.50 , -22.25 , -1.06%

Forex

  • USD/JPY 104.29 , -1.84 , -1.73%
  • USD/CNY 6.5985 , 0.0156 , 0.24%
  • AUD/USD 0.7503 , -0.0105 , -1.38%
  • NZD/USD 0.7190 , -0.0060 , -0.83%
  • AUD/JPY 78.25 , -2.49 , -3.08%
  • EUR/USD 1.1212 , -0.0173 , -1.52%
  • GBP/USD 1.4248 , -0.0630 , -4.23%
  • USD INDEX 94.082 , 0.5530 , 0.59%

Commodities

  • Gold $1,279.40 , $24.15 , 1.92%
  • Silver $17.47 , $0.20 , 1.14%
  • WTI Futures $48.77 , -$1.34 , -2.67%
  • Copper Futures ¥36,640 , ¥470 1.30%
  • Iron Ore Futures ¥392.00 , ¥4.50 , 1.16%

10-Year Bond Yields

  • Australia 2.201%
  • New Zealand 2.555%
  • Japan -0.155%
  • Germany 0.098%
  • UK 1.383%
  • US 1.635%

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