David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, explains why he thinks August 4th is a much “more logical” time for the Bank of England to cut interest rates, when the inflation report is due.
Brexit is just a sentimental issue, as the fundamentals of the U.K. economy remain intact, says Complete Intelligence's Tony Nash.
The BOE should wait until after the quarterly inflation report in August to get a better grasp of Brexit's impact, says Barclays' Mitul Kotecha.
JPMorgan AM's Kerry Craig says the expectation of central banks stimulus in response to Brexit is driving investors back into the stock market.
The Brexit could return to the forefront Thursday, as the Bank of England meets and big U.S. banks start to roll out earnings.
Japan will roll out the first fiscal stimulus package, paving the way for other countries, says AB's Vadim Zlotnikov.
Standard Chartered's Sarah Hewin says the Bank of England might wait until after it gets updated forecasts of the economy's performance post-Brexit.
The dollar falls while the Bank of Canada announced that it will hold interest rates.
The Bank of England may cut interest rates on Thursday after more than seven years on hold, due to the economic and financial fallout from the Brexit vote.
Germany will issue 10-year bonds with a negative yield, highlighting a willingness among investors to hold top-rated debt.
Carney has denied allegations the Bank of England tried to frighten Britons into voting to remain in the EU by using “phony forecasts and scare stories.”
The Bank of England received prior warning from the U.K.'s City watchdog that open-ended commercial real estate funds might suspend dealings in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.
Richard Sharp from the Bank of England's financial policy committee, talks about how the central bank acted ahead of the referendum and whether it was the bank’s intention to scare the public.
How could the Bank of England’s meeting and testimony this week influence moves in sterling? Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC, weighs in.
Bank of England governor, Mark Carney talks about the independence, robust debate and responsibility when it comes to making financial assessments within the central bank and its committees.
Bank of England governor, Mark Carney talks about the central bank’s discussions and his own talks with the U.K. chancellor on the economy, following accusations surrounding how the BoE dealt with the referendum.
The BOE could cut rates next week, knocking down the value of the already struggling sterling, says Michael Every at Rabobank.
Financial stability should not be an explicit goal for the Fed, which should use interest rates only if more precise tools fail, an official said.
After the S&P's record close, macroeconomic and geopolitical news will likely dominate U.S. market action Tuesday.
Britain's vote to leave the EU is adding to a world of uncertainty that could last years, BlackRock's global chief investment strategist tells CNBC.