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  • 'Leave' campaign attacks Cameron on immigration

    CNBC's Julia Chatterley takes a look at how the U.K. vote will determine the future of the European Union and Europe's economy.

  • The average Brit on Brexit

    CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks with voters to see how they are leaning as they head to the polls.

  • Brexit polling says...

    Ben Page, Ipos MORI CEO, provides the update on what the polls are showing on the Brexit vote.

  • Betting on Brexit

    Stuart Wheeler, IG Group, discusses his backing of Brexit and the long-term impact of the vote.

  • Churchhill's grandson: 'Leave' would be big mistake

    Sir Nicholas Soames, Churchhill's grandson, says the Brexit vote is not about giving the government a "good kick," but about the future of the United Kingdom.

  • Time for UK to leave EU: Rees-Mogg

    Jacob Rees-Mogg, Conservation MP, weighs in on why he thinks it's time for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Also Ree-Mogg shares his thoughts on what Brexit would mean for smaller institutions.

  • Must Read: David Cameron's self-made Brexit problem

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a New York Times piece titled, "In Brexit Vote, David Cameron Faces Problem of His Own Making."

  • Britain better off on 'lifeboat' than EU Titantic: Jim Mellon

    Jim Mellon, Burnbrae Group chairman, explains why he thinks it makes economic sense for the U.K. to leave the European Union rather than stay. In my opinion the cost of living in the U.K. would go down, says Mellon.

  • Odds of a Brexit

    At the moment there's a 76-percent chance the U.K. will vote to stay in the EU, says Matthew Shaddick, Ladbrokes, summing up which way the betting markets are suggesting it will go on Brexit.

  • Markets brace for Brexit Friday

    Mark Astley, Millennium Global CEO, discusses the risks a Brexit could pose for global markets.

  • Martin Wolf: Why Britain belongs in EU...

    Martin Wolf, Financial Times chief economics commentator, makes a case for the United Kingdom to stay in the European Union.

  • 'Remain' camp gains traction: Polls

    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.

  • Pedestrians walk pass a souvenir shop decorated with the US and British Union Flag before the visit by the US president Barack Obama and his wife US First Lady Michelle Obama to Windsor Castle in Windsor on April 22, 2016.

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a story in The Guardian written by George Soros about the disruptive implications of Brexit, and a Facebook post by David Beckham about why he is voting to remain in the EU.

  • 3 things to watch ahead of FedEx earnings

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at what the Street will be watching when FedEx reports quarterly results today after the closing bell.

  • Argument for 'leave' vote

    Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Justice, shares his views on the benefits of leaving the European Union.

  • Hot, sticky weather across East Coast

    A look at the national business travel forecast, with The Weather Channel's Kelly Cass.

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  • Sara Eisen

    Sara Eisen is a correspondent for CNBC, focusing on currencies and the global consumer.

  • Wilfred Frost is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.