The European Union and the U.K. are far from reaching an agreement on key issues in Brexit talks, as the second round of negotiations comes to an end. » Read More
European Commission VP for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Jyrki Katainen expresses optimism that Brexit could actually revitalize the European project. » Read More
European Commission VP for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Jyrki Katainen tells CNBC that it remains unclear if the first stage of Brexit talks could be concluded by October. » Read More
Brexit talks are a "very difficult process" but they need to move fast to give enough time for officials to negotiate a trade deal, the vice president of the European Commission has told CNBC.
Citigroup is seeking to reduce its dependence on London by opening a second trading hub in Frankfurt, the NYT reports.
Gideon Rachman of the Financial Times says the UK should consider a second EU referendum, as people may have been sold a slightly false bill of goods.
British inflation unexpectedly slowed for the first time since October last month, adding to the likelihood that the Bank of England will keep interest rates at a record low in August.
As the painful and quite frankly embarrassing stumble out of Europe continues for the U.K., I watch with sadness at the pathetic lack of conviction of both the previous Remain and pro-Leave camps.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says the issue of citizens' rights will be a thorny one as EU negotiators can play hardball.
Overseas landlords are moving out of the U.K. property market in search of pastures greener, according to new research which suggests the number of international investors who own property in the U.K. has fallen to a new low.
Brexit talks are underway right now between David Davis and Michel Barnier. Chris Giles of the Financial Times tells us what to watch.
Peter Spencer, chief economic advisor at Ernst & Young ITEM Club, takes a look at the U.K.’s economic growth going forward in light of Brexit.
European chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and Brexit Secretary David Davis speak in Brussels as Brexit talks resume.
Peter Spencer, chief economic advisor at Ernst & Young ITEM Club, talks about the U.K. economy with comment on the currency, stimulus and data.
European bourses were mixed on Monday, as investors reacted to robust economic growth in China and monitored the second round of formal Brexit talks.
CNBC takes a look at where this historical negotiation stands as investors, political analysts and the general public try to keep a track of what's going on.
Brexit Secretary David Davis launches a round of negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union when he meets the EU's Michel Barnier.
London's O2 Arena is set to bolster its reputation as a must-visit venue as it works on plans to unveil a giant fashion outlet in 2018.
Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn continue to jostle for power after the General Election.