Next Sunday, Italy confronts a referendum presented by the Prime Minister to speed up lawmaking and to stabilize its government.
In a speech this afternoon, Fed Chair Yellen faces a high-pressure economy with a new twist on monetary policy, surprising investors.
Today, ECB comments led bond yields to spike around the world. The comments stemmed from an unnamed official at the European Central Bank. As a result, global bond yields rose.
This week, the world watches for Thursday's Brexit vote. Analysts anticipate that the vote leaves a tremendous impact on mortgage rates for years to come.