US STOCKS-Futures sharply higher as Brexit fears subside
* Futures up: Dow 215 pts, S&P 27.75 pts, Nasdaq 57 pts
By Yashaswini Swamynathan
June 20 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose sharply on Monday, tracking gains in European stocks, as polls over the weekend showed an increased possibility of Britain remaining in the European Union.
* Investors had remained confused over the fallout of Britain's vote on Thursday, leading them away from oil and equities last week to safe havens like the yen and gold.
* However, polls showed that the "Remain" campaign had gathered favor over the weekend causing a rebound in the British pound.
* Oil prices were on track to mark their largest two-day rise in a month as investor confidence in the risky asset rose and the strength of the dollar weakened.
* Gold, which rallied over the past week, fell more than 1 percent, while the dollar was off 0.61 percent on Monday.
* Wall Street closed lower on Friday, weighed down by technology stocks. The three major indexes lost more than 1 percent each in the week after the Federal Reserve warned of an economic slowdown and investors fretted over a possible Brexit.
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