U.S. bonds traded flat to slightly higher, with traders keeping an eye on the price gains seen in oil, amid a key set of economic releases.
Scott Sumner, George Mason University, and John Mauldin, Mauldin Economics, debate Brexit's aftermath.
Both Europe and the U.K. need to work on implementing policies that can get productivity up, notes University of Chicago's Randy Kroszner.
The dollar rose after senior Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations that U.S. interest rates will rise soon.
Alex Dryden, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, says Brexit has given central banks an excuse to try and drive the economy.
WPP CEO, Sir Martin Sorrell discusses the recent decisions by the Bank of England, while commenting on life in a post-Brexit world.
Alix Stewart, fund manager at Schroders, talks about the impact of a weaker sterling and Bank of England policy on corporate bond issuance.
The decline in GBP/USD drove fuel and food prices up, which led to a slight rise in July inflation, says Cicero Group's Andrew Naylor.
The Bank of England found no shortage of sellers as it purchased gilts on Tuesday, avoiding a repeat of last week, when it fell short of its target.
Wall Street's fresh record closing highs failed to boost sentiment in Asia markets on Tuesday, with Japanese shares selling off as the yen surged.
Vincent Chaigneau, global head of rates and FX strategy at Societe Generale, discusses which central banks still have room to change interest rates.
Insead's Antonio Fatas says the sterling is not likely to lose more value and its impact on imports will only be seen next month.
U.K. sovereign bonds have been one of the best-performing assets in 2016, but this is a troubling sign, according to one market expert.
The dollar held lower at the end of a week dominated by flows into higher-risk currency plays like the Australian and Canadian dollars.
Earnings from Macy's and Kohl's and weekly jobless claims data roll out ahead of Wall Street's opening bell Thursday.
U.S. Treasury notes rose for a second day on Wednesday, as bonds around the world gained.
The U.S. dollar fell broadly on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields fell and investors waited on a speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the Bank of England's reverse Gilt auction.
Ian Barnard, founding partner at Capital Generation Partners, talks about the progress of the Bank of England’s latest monetary policy moves.
Pension funds and insurance companies struggling with a deepening funding crisis refused to sell gilts to the central bank, the FT reports.