David Wright, vice chairman at Barclays, explains how the bank managed stock market volatility following the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.
Gold and silver prices generally move inversely to the U.S. dollar, which is expected to remain weak, says Strategic Intelligence's Jim Rickards.
The Aussie recovered from a wobbly start as commodities rose on expectations that central banks are likely to provide more stimulus.
Britain's construction industry suffered its worst contraction in seven years ahead of the Brexit vote, according to a survey.
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The euro zone will have to wait for the U.K.'s political transition before they can make any progress, says DBS Economist Radhika Rao.
George Osborne plans to cut corporation tax to less than 15% to woo businesses nervous of post-Brexit Britain, the FT reports.
Gold rose 1 percent and was headed for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a weaker dollar.
The U.S. dollar tumbled against the safe-haven yen Friday amid uncertainty over the fallout from Britain's vote to exit the EU.
U.K. Gilt yields reached new record lows on Friday, as markets mull whether the Bank of England will reintroduce QE in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Alex White, Europe director of the Economist Intelligence Unit, shares his views on the Bank of England governor's monetary policy plans.
The Bank of England will likely wait to make a full assessment before introducing any easing policies, says ANZ Research's Khoon Goh.
The Brexit story will drag on for a while and might discourage investments in the U.K. and Europe, notes Silvercrest AM's Patrick Chovanec.
The Bank of England will likely cut rates by 25 basis points at its August meeting and restart the quantitative easing program, says PNC's Bill Adams.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney forecast a "material slowing" in economic growth as a result of last week's shock referendum result.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is speaking on the economic outlook and monetary policy for the summer, in regards to the Brexit vote, reports CNBC's Wilfred Frost.
U.S. markets seem to believe that Brexit would impact the U.K. and EU more than the rest of the world, explains Taurus Wealth Advisors' John Lilley.
UBS CIO WM's Mads Pedersen says the Bank of England will likely adjust monetary policy rates and introduce more quantitative easing.
Pimco's Raja Mukherji says Brexit's short-term impact will be muted, but it could weigh heavily on Europe's economic outlook and politics in the long run.
The Bank of England is likely to ease interest rates further, which would weaken the sterling pound, says SEB's Sean Yokota.