Europe soared Wednesday as markets realized that any change to the status quo in the EU after Brexit is unlikely to change in the short-term. » Read More
Companies and people are issuing statements about the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. We've got the latest list.
Big banks in the U.S. and U.K. expected to post huge losses in Friday trading as the market prices in a new reality.
The Brexit vote is impacting stocks around the world particularly in European banking, energy and gold.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ahead of Brexit results, some major banks are telling trading clients that their ability to inject liquidity, or additional capital, into certain markets will be limited.
Investors and executives say Silicon Valley fundraising for start-ups is stalling, right at a time when many need cash to support operations
European stocks surged by Monday's close, as declining fears of a Brexit vote buoyed global market sentiment, sterling and oil prices.
With Brexit fears bringing the British pound to a two-month low, CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa breaks down the stocks and market sectors with the most to gain—and the most to lose—if sterling continues to decline.
Regulatory costs and falling asset values are two threats to global banks in a sea of unknowns with vote looming.
Oil prices closed off their session lows after OPEC sources said the group was likely to consider a new output ceiling.
Market fears are being scaled back globally, and it's great news for banks in the U.S. and abroad.
Sarah Ketterer, Causeway Capital Management, shares her top investment plays, including oil's upward trend.
Strengthening lending and inflation in the U.K. may mean the Bank of England raises rates sooner than expected — possibly even this year.
McDonald's stock traded as high as $131.96, a new all-time intraday high. Here's why.
European stocks finished mixed on Monday, as investors tried to shake off the sharp fall in oil prices and mining stocks.
The fast-growing economies of Africa face headwinds from the pull-back of international banks from the continent, Bob Diamond said.
European markets finished mostly mixed on Thursday, as investors digested the latest slew of earnings amid a rise in oil prices.
European markets ended sharply lower on Tuesday as earnings from major banks disappointed, and a sharp decline in mining stocks weighed.
European stocks finished slightly higher on Wednesday, as investors remained cautious ahead of the latest Fed decision and digested earnings.
GLG fund manager, Henry Dixon looks at Barclays latest earnings release, and what a “Brexit” would mean for banks and their performance in the stock market.