Britain's tourism industry, while resilient, will be hit by post-Brexit uncertainty and currency moves, says Continuum Attractions' Juliana Delaney.
A close call for "Bremain" will be a wake-up call for David Cameron, but he will probably remain in charge, says Standard Chartered Bank's Sarah Hewin.
The dollar was broadly weaker on Wednesday as risk appetite returned to markets.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar ahead of Thursday's Brexit vote.
Hans Olsen, Stifel, and Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, weigh in on the potential fallout from Brexit. The undecided are going to decide this vote, says Olsen.
Mark Astley, Millennium Global CEO, discusses the risks a Brexit could pose for global markets.
Sterling and the euro rose on the last day before Britain's referendum on EU membership, the pound trading just off its highest this year.
With a Brexit, the U.K. might actually find itself giving up its policy autonomy, says Landfall Strategy Group's David Skilling.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, weighs in on how he is positioning his portfolio ahead of Thursday's Brexit vote.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports hedge fund managers are scrambling to be in the right position following the Brexit referendum.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks with former U.K. Foreign Secretary William Hague about the risks associated with Brexit and why he is pro 'remain.'
Richard Turnill, BlackRock, provides his outlook on the British pound and global markets as polls show a too close to call vote and George Soros issues a currency warning.
Jeremy Hunt, Conservative Party MP, talks about the shift in polls indicating a slight lead for the 'remain' camp. It's a very British decision and the vote is too close to call, says Hunt.
Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Justice, shares his views on the benefits of leaving the European Union.
Peter Kellner, former YouGov president talks about the odd of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
Billionaire George Soros has a stern warning for those in Britain that want to leave the EU, reports CNBC's Wilfred Frost. Also a look at the latest polls numbers.
A Brexit would lead to the yen strengthening and pressure policymakers for a coordinated intervention, says Standard Chartered Bank's Divya Devesh.
Compass Markets' Michael Sarpi says there could be good trading opportunities in the sterling and the euro.
Point View Wealth Management's John Petrides says he is positioned against a Brexit, because the economic implications of leaving are too large.
Most SMEs believe exiting the EU is a positive, while larger corporates are more anxious about a Brexit, says East & Partners' Martin Smith.