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The impact of Brexit on the real estate market varies with location, but London is holding up for now, says Sean Tompkins of RICS.
The new blue British passports that Theresa May called "an expression of our independence" after Brexit will be made by a Franco-Dutch firm.
Commerzbank Senior Economist Peter Dixon speaks about how the Bank of England is managing the downside risk of Brexit.
Commerzbank Senior Economist Peter Dixon reacts to the latest interest rate decision from the Bank of England.
Cambridge Analytica is in the midst of a media firestorm after allegations of psychological manipulation, entrapment techniques and fake news campaigns.
Faced with uncertainty over Brexit, some Cornwall-based businesses are making preparations for life without the EU.
The new deal reduces uncertainty but will be perceived as one in which the U.K. gave up quite a bit more than was expected initially, says Daniel Lacalle of Tressis.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the center of Facebook's latest data misuse scandal, including its involvement with social media back during Brexit.
The county of Cornwall in the southwest corner of England has received more than 1 billion euros in EU funding since 2000. Now, faced with uncertainty over Brexit, some Cornwall-based businesses are making preparations for life without the EU. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports.
Tougher border checks are priced at $2.1 billion extra a year.
The U.K. will remain in the EU until the end of 2020, but with restricted powers, officials announced Monday.
Elias Haddad of Commonwealth Bank also discussed the risks for the British pound ahead of Brexit trade negotiations.
The bank's Financial Policy Committee has a particular concern over cross-border contracts.
Switzerland, Luxembourg and Panama have topped a list of countries seen as being "open for business" in a survey of 21,000 people around the world
Britain's sluggish economy will grow slightly more quickly than previously thought this year in the run-up to Brexit.
HSBC Senior Economist Liz Martin and Hans Redeker, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley, discuss the U.K. economy.