The pound plunged to fresh 31-year lows on Wednesday, swamped by fears over the U.K. leadership vacuum and the country's potential exit from the EU.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the court ruling that Lionel Messi and his father defrauded Spanish tax authorities of more than four million pounds between 2007 and 2009.
BNP Paribas head of FX Strategy Daniel Katzive discusses the post-Brexit economy, banks, U.S. yields and currency action.
Vasileios Gkionakis, head of global FX strategy at Unicredit, shares his forecast for cable and says there is enormous pressure on sterling.
Vasileios Gkionakis, head of global FX strategy at Unicredit, says portfolio flows are unwinding and this will hit sterling.
Cicero Group's Andrew Naylor says two key debates are when the U.K. will invoke Article 50, and whether it will remain in the single market.
The pound will have to adjust lower to cushion the blows from Brexit, which will inevitably impact trade and investments says NAB's Ray Attrill.
A flexible currency allows the U.K. to adjust to the downturn in sentiment via its currency, says UBP's Mark McFarland.
Unless there are signs of U.K.-EU talks souring, sterling will likely remain at current levels, says BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Daniel Morris.
If Leadsom passes the final ballet, she would appeal to Conservatives who were strongly in favor of the Brexit, says University of Warwick's Mike Finn.
The U.K. has problems that need fixing but that go beyond the purview of the Bank of England, says Merk Investments' Axel Merk.
The Japanese yen rose almost 1 percent against the euro and dollar while sterling fell to new long-term lows.
Elsa Lignos from RBC Capital Markets and FX Markets Strategist Amelia Bourdeau discuss currencies and Brexit.
Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, talks about how financial markets have reacted and dealt with the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU.
U.K. and Europe investments will slow as a result of Brexit uncertainty, but U.S. and Asia will largely be unaffected, says UBS WM's Hartmut Issel.
The market wobbles since the Brexit vote offered a buy signal for emerging markets stocks, some analysts said.
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.
Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, comments on the political uncertainty in the U.K., following the Brexit vote.
The Bank of Israel bought "hundreds of millions" of dollars of foreign currency, dealers said, after the shekel continued to strengthen.