Britain must find a way to leave the European Union in an orderly fashion rather than trying to oust Prime Minister Theresa May, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Sunday. » Read More
Stephen Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone, talks to CNBC's Eunice Yoon on Saturday on the sidelines of the China Development Forum. He says Brexit is quite "confounding" and the U.K. doesn't appear to be prepared for a hard exit, which would hit Britain "very hard." » Read More
By: Sam Meredith
European Union leaders have warned Britain that it has one final opportunity to leave the bloc in an orderly fashion, after agreeing to delay the departure date beyond March 29. » Read More
The European Union is giving U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May more time to work out a Brexit deal. CNBC's Willem Marx reports.
Mazen Issa of TD Securities says the downside in cable could be "rather treacherous" if the odds of a no-deal Brexit rise.
Robert Rennie of Westpac says his personal view is that canceling Brexit is one of the "more likely" outcomes, but the path to achieving that is "torturous."
European stocks slipped Friday as worse-than-expected economic data intensified concerns around slowing global growth.
Shane Oliver of AMP Capital says he expects growth in the Eurozone to improve in 2019.
Stephen Roach of Yale University says he wonders about the future of the European Union in light of Brexit. He also says he sees a "distinct possibility" of more EU states attempting to leave the bloc.
Even before Brexit came about, the European Union faced multiple challenges over the last decade, said Stephen Roach.
The length of the delay depends on whether Theresa May is able to win a vote in parliament on an exit agreement next week.
The U.K. Parliament's petitions website crashed on Thursday as online calls to revoke Article 50 and overturn Brexit overwhelmed the system.
The Bank of England (BOE) held interest rates steady on Thursday, amid intensifying uncertainty over Britain's departure date from the European Union.
Jonas Prising, CEO and chairman of ManpowerGroup, discusses global employment, economic growth, and the impact of Brexit on recruitment.
David McAllister, chair of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs, discusses Brexit and the upcoming EU summit.
CNBC's Karen Tso outlines how European stocks are performing at the beginning of Thursday's trading session.
European leaders are meeting on Thursday to decide whether to grant the U.K. an extension to its Brexit departure due on March 29.
European stocks navigated through choppy trade Thursday, after the Federal Reserve abandoned all plans to raise interest rates this year.
Ronit Ghose of Citi says he recommends buying domestic, retail banks in the U.K., but is cautious on international institutions.