The Bank of England surprised markets by holding interest rates on Thursday, despite prior guidance from Governor Mark Carney that policy easing could be forthcoming.
James Pickard, Financial Times, discusses Theresa May's surprise appointment of Boris Johnson and whether he is up to fulfilling the role of foreign secretary.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May's comments on the future for the U.K., and its relationship with Scotland and the other constituent countries.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the country on her first day in the role.
United Kingdom outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron makes his final statement to the country as he hands the role to Theresa May.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, as outgoing UK Prime Minister David Cameron is handing the role over to Theresa May.
The UK has seen its own populist revolt, but that doesn't mean the country likes Donald Trump in the White House over Hillary Clinton.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a piece in the Washington Times written by Paul Ryan titled, "Hillary Clinton is unfit to handle classified information."
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a new prime minister for the U.K., and the IMF's call on Italy's economic outlook.
Alastair Newton, Alavan Business Advisory, shares his thoughts on Theresa May's agenda when she takes over as the UK's prime minister. I would say no change in the likely timeline of Article 50, says Newton.
After the S&P's record close, macroeconomic and geopolitical news will likely dominate U.S. market action Tuesday.
David Cameron has announced he will stand down as U.K. prime minister on Wednesday this week. He will be succeeded as prime minister by Theresa May.
Boeing announced a new partnership with the U.K. government on Monday, involving buying new military aircraft.
NATO leaders will display their resolve towards a resurgent Russia at a summit despite what many see as a weakening of the West due to Britain's vote to leave the EU.
As growth concerns swirl, traders on Wednesday will get one of the final snapshots of the U.S. economy before Brexit.
British Home Secretary Theresa May won the first round of voting to decide a successor to Prime Minister David Cameron.
The world saw the British government and the opposition descend into a Jacobean revenge tragedy, the Financial Times reports.
The rapid switch from fear over the U.K. vote to cautious acceptance suggests volatility may stay high, as investors await Friday's June employment report.
The upcoming earnings season just became even more important for U.S. stocks' third-quarter performance.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a piece in the Times about the fascinating political drama being played out in Britain.