The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including reaction from Breakingviews' Hugo Dixon on why he is voting to remain in the European Union.
A look at the possible fallout in the markets if the United Kingdom votes to leave the EU, with Matthew Beesley, Henderson Global Investors.
Peter Spiegel, Financial Times shares his thoughts on the odds of the U.K. leaving the European Union after the murder of British lawmaker Jo Cox.
European markets opened higher on Friday, on the back of a positive trading session in Asia and a tick-up in oil prices.
Enel chairman, Patrizia Grieco, defends Italian companies which have continued business relations with Russia despite sanctions.
Our live blog is tracked the latest developments following news that British Labour MP Jo Cox was shot in West Yorkshire.
Wolfgang Koester, FiREapps CEO, weighs in on how Brexit could impact foreign exchanges and currencies.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost takes a look at the possible fallout if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
Developed market bond yields took another leg lower on Thursday amid rising concerns the U.K. may vote to exit the EU in its looming referendum.
Dimitris Mardas, Greece's deputy minister for foreign affairs, defends the need for harsh measures as thousands protest at the Greek parliament.
UBS and Credit Suisse, will likely each need to raise an extra 10 billion Swiss francs in capital to meet new leverage requirements, says SNB.
Foreign investors' perception of the Russian economy has improved, the Bank of Russia's governor told CNBC.
Our live blog tracked market moves as investors positioned for the upcoming Brexit vote and the Federal Reserve's June interest rate decision.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at the potential effects of Brexit on London real estate prices.
WL Ross & Co. Chairman and CEO, Wilbur Ross, weighs in on the U.K.’s EU referendum debate, while commenting on what this might mean for sterling trade.
Russia’s elite will descend on St. Petersburg this week for the country’s flagship economic summit at a time of heightened uncertainty.
Shore Capital founder and executive chairman, Howard Shore, explains why he believes the U.K. will vote to leave the European Union.
European stocks opened higher on Wednesday after a rocky start to the week as markets await the conclusion of a two-day meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Benjamin Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin, talks about what may happen to sterling if the U.K. votes to either stay or leave the European Union.
Stewart Robertson, senior economist at Aviva Investors, says day traders would prefer a bit of volatility, compared to long term investors.
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