U.K. Should Stay in EU to 'Fight Corner', Says King
Increasing odds of a U.K. exit from the European Union boosted demand for havens, sending Germany’s 10-year bond yields below zero for the first time. Stocks fell with the pound. Treasuries also jumped and yields fell to records in Australia and Japan after four polls showed the campaign to take the U.K. out of the world’s largest trading bloc had increased its lead before the June 23 referendum. Britain’s best-selling newspaper, The Sun, backed an out vote. Stocks in Europe slid for a fifth day, while the yen rose against its 31 major peers. U.S. oil slipped toward $48 a barrel. University of Strathclyde Professor John Curtice and Terra Firma Head of Portfolio Business Justin King discuss with "On the Move" hosts Guy Johnson in London and Matt Miller in Berlin.