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Tom Rogers of Oxford Economics says businesses in the U.K. would be in the position to invest, create jobs and raise productivity if there wasn't so much uncertainty over Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May managed to convince EU leaders to grant the U.K. more time before it leaves the bloc, but experts say her days in office are now numbered.
Tan Teck Leng of UBS Global Wealth Management says the British pound could weaken to $1.24 if there is "pure, heightened uncertainty" such as if a general election is called.
European stocks were slightly higher Thursday, after EU leaders granted the U.K. a further extension to the date of Brexit.
Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, says the agreed extension to the Brexit deadline is shorter than he expected, but long enough to find the "best possible solution."
The U.K. now has until the end of October to decide its way forward with Brexit. CNBC's Silvia Amaro reports from Brussels.
European Council President Donald Tusk told the U.K. not to waste the additional time that has been agreed on for the country to leave the European Union.
Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, says this gives the U.K. more time to find the best possible solution.
EU leaders are gathered in Brussels to decide whether to grant the U.K. another extension to its departure from the bloc, currently due to take place on Friday.
The CEOs of America's largest banks testify on Capitol Hill this morning about how the industry has transformed in the 10 years following the financial crisis. Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) questions.
Manfred Weber, chairman of the European People's Party, gives his thoughts on the latest Brexit developments.
Manfred Weber, chairman of the European People's Party, discusses the impact of Brexit and the next steps in the process.
Manfred Weber of the European People's Party says the U.K. needs to provide the European Union with "clarification" on what they want with regard to Brexit.
Andrew Adonis, a member of parliament for the U.K.'s Labour Party, says the party is increasingly likely to "resolutely back" a second Brexit referendum "in any eventuality."
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has no fresh ideas to overcome the Brexit impasse, making it harder for Europe to grant another delay, EU lawmaker Manfred Weber told CNBC.
European leaders will decide on Wednesday whether to grant the U.K. another extension to its departure from the bloc, due to take place on Friday April 12.
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz speaks to CNBC's Annette Weisbach about British leader Theresa May's ongoing Brexit struggle.
European stocks closed higher Wednesday, after the ECB left interest rates unchanged and investors looked ahead to an emergency Brexit summit.
Theresa May is traveling to Berlin and Paris on Tuesday for talks with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May traveled to Berlin and Paris Tuesday for talks with the German and French leaders in a bid to secure backing for a second delay to Brexit.