Andrew Lilico, director and principal of Europe-Economics, talks about the U.K.’s new Finance Minister, Philip Hammond, and the influence he has.
The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold, surprising the markets with policymakers voting 8-1 to keep them steady at 0.5 percent. CNBC’s Louisa Bojesen breaks down the details.
CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore talks about the market reaction after the Bank of England decided to keep interest rates on hold; with added comments on the central bank's report.
Marilyn Watson, head of the global bond product strategy team at BlackRock, talks about the moves in peripheral yields following the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU.
Asian markets ended mostly higher, while Singapore's securities market remained closed due to a system glitch.
Will the Bank of England cut interest rates in July for the first time since 2009, or will the central bank hold off? CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore weighs in.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, says the Bank of England would probably be happy with a weaker sterling, while talking about how Brexit impacts the U.K. and global economy.
David Page, senior economist at AXA Investment Managers, says he expects the Bank of England to hold off on cutting rates on Thursday.
BlackRock’s Marilyn Watson, and UBS’ Geoffrey Yu weigh in on what they expect from the Bank of England on Thursday.
With new U.K. chancellor Phillip Hammond saying there’s no emergency budget, what will the Bank of England decide? CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore discusses.
How should Bank of England governor Mark Carney act, following the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union? CEBR board member, Vicky Pryce discusses.
In the Brexit era it will be important for the new cabinet ministers to show understanding and coordination when it comes to the government’s relationship with other institutions like the Bank of England.
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee met on Wednesday for the first time since the Brexit vote; but what will the central bank announce on Thursday? CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore discusses.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, explains why he thinks August 4th is a much “more logical” time for the Bank of England to cut interest rates, when the inflation report is due.
Brexit is just a sentimental issue, as the fundamentals of the U.K. economy remain intact, says Complete Intelligence's Tony Nash.
The BOE should wait until after the quarterly inflation report in August to get a better grasp of Brexit's impact, says Barclays' Mitul Kotecha.
JPMorgan AM's Kerry Craig says the expectation of central banks stimulus in response to Brexit is driving investors back into the stock market.
The Brexit could return to the forefront Thursday, as the Bank of England meets and big U.S. banks start to roll out earnings.
Japan will roll out the first fiscal stimulus package, paving the way for other countries, says AB's Vadim Zlotnikov.
Standard Chartered's Sarah Hewin says the Bank of England might wait until after it gets updated forecasts of the economy's performance post-Brexit.