Former MEP, Stanley Johnson, talks about his son Boris Johnson’s decision to lead the Vote Leave campaign, and whether he agrees with his choices.
Will Turkey join the European Union within the next three decades? Michael Harris, global head of research & Turkish product at Renaissance Capital, weighs in.
Author of “The Euro Experiment”, Paul Wallace, talks about the commitment that's been seen by politicians recently, to keep the European Union together.
Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equities strategy at JP Morgan Asset Management, talks about how to play the EU referendum vote.
David Deacon, professor of communication and media analysis at Loughborough University, criticizes the media for presenting a narrow debate on Brexit.
Zafer Kurtul, CEO of Sabanci Holding, talks about the importance of Turkey completing reforms required to potentially join the European Union.
Dominic Johnson, CEO of Somerset Capital Management and chairman of New City Initiative, explains the difficulties of launching a fund in Europe.
Michael Ward, managing director of Harrods, discusses the appeal of working at the department store and how it looks after its employees.
Stephen King, senior economic advisor at HSBC, says Brexit could hit sterling because the U.K. may struggle to fund its big current account deficit.
Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, says there will be a question over the U.K.'s credit rating if the country leaves the European Union.
The European Union protects Scotch Whisky, Stilton cheese and the Cornish pasty. But could this protection of U.K. foodstuffs come an end?
Paradigm Securities' Barry Dawes expects gold prices to head up $1,400 per tonne by the end of the year.
If the U.K. votes to leave, expect a market sell-off similar to January's but quicker, Taurus Wealth Advisors CEO Mandeep Nalwa warns.
A close call for the Brexit vote might lead to another leave-or-remain referendum down the road, says EU-Asean Business Council's Chris Humphrey.
Uncertainty surrounding a looming Brexit vote hasn't spooked mainland buyers, according to one of China's largest international property websites.
Principal Global Investors' Kirk West says the murder of Jo Cox could motivate more "Bremain" voters to head to the polling stations.
Point View Wealth Management's John Petrides says he is positioned against a Brexit, because the economic implications of leaving are too large.
British voters are likely to make a Brexit decision based on the economic impact on their own pockets, says John Jooste from Bank of Singapore.
Investors can take advantage of the volatility and accumulate positions on stocks with attractive valuations, says Maple-Brown Abbott's Geoff Bazzan.
PIIE Visiting Fellow Nicolas Veron explains why if the U.K. leaves the EU, it's unlikely to do an EEA trade deal like Norway and Iceland.