CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on what a deal between the United Kingdom and European Union what could do to the British pound. » Read More
David Forrester of Credit Agricole says he expects to continue to see "high levels of oscillation" in the British currency. » Read More
A hard Brexit would be a "bad outcome" and could have "contagion effects," says Rob Subbaraman of Nomura. » Read More
Bruce Wilson of the RMIT University the U.K. is "deeply divided" and the country's parliament has a "difficult choice" to make in this period. » Read More
The U.K. and European Union are reported to have reached a provisional agreement over Brexit but before anyone gets too excited there are huge hurdles to overcome to get the draft deal approved on all sides.
European stocks moved higher on Wednesday as oil prices moved higher.
The British sports car maker officially opens a new U.K. factory on Wednesday.
Italy has until the end of Tuesday to resubmit its 2019 spending proposal to Brussels.
Howard Davies, chairman of British bank RBS, told CNBC on Tuesday that the U.K. risks a slowdown to its economy if uncertainty over Brexit continues.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces another test of survival this week with mounting opposition within her own close circle of senior lawmakers.
The next two to three months will be critical for the future of the U.K. economy, Ben Broadbent, deputy governor of the Bank of England, told CNBC Monday.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says there are "encouraging" signs for the pound sterling over the medium term.
Viktor Shvets of Macquarie says he is "not confident" that a Brexit deal can be reached and says there is quite a high probability of the U.K. "crashing out" of the European Union.
James Andrews of Redmayne-Bentley says it is "very difficult to get too excited" about any investment opportunities in Europe for now.
The ex-prime minister believes parliamentary defeat for current leader Theresa May will trigger a second vote.
Sterling regained its morning losses on Monday afternoon after currency buyers appeared to trade on some hand signals from a politician at the center of Brexit negotiations.
Amanda Murphy, head of commercial banking at HSBC UK, discusses British business sentiment in the face of Brexit.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney discusses the bank’s plans for a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney discusses how Brexit is impacting the Bank of England’s decisions.
CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche reports from London on the Bank of England’s rates decision.