Does the U.K. need more stimulus in light of the comments made by Bank of England’s governor? John Bilton, global head of multi asset strategy at JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses.
The British pound traded more than 1 percent lower after Mark Carney, the head of the Bank of England, made remarks about the U.K. economy following the Brexit vote.
Some positive effects of the Brexit vote include cheaper travel in Britain, lower cost foods and a bargain in the UK real estate market.
Jerome Booth, New Sparta chairman explains why he voted to leave the European Union.
Jim Mellon, Burnbrae Group, weighs in on the Brexit's bounce back and shares his outlook on market volatility. I think Japan looks very solid as an investment, says Mellon.
Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, says sterling has a lot of downside repricing to go through.
U.S. markets seem to believe that Brexit would impact the U.K. and EU more than the rest of the world, explains Taurus Wealth Advisors' John Lilley.
Amid the Brexit uncertainty, investors are turning to U.S. Treasurys and precious metals, says Citibank's Steve Englander.
The euro and sterling spiked higher, as markets regained some appetite for risk.
The U.K.'s housing market is seen taking a knock in the wake of the Brexit vote, but the forecast depreciation in sterling may spur investment.
Promises by the architects of the U.K. campaign to exit the EU to speedily re-negotiate trade deals appear set to disappoint, analysts said.
The pound is expected to trade in a range of $1.25 to $1.38 against the dollar in the short term, says UBS Wealth Management's Tan Teck Leng.
Competitive Enterprise Institute's Iain Murray says the British citizens had grown resentful of the way the EU interfered with their affairs.
Société Générale's Klaus Baader says Ireland is now the new English-speaking gateway into the European market.
The U.S. dollar fell against the British pound and the euro as the market took a breather and potential profit-taking.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports on currencies and the battle for the next U.K. prime minister.
David Lebovitz, J.P. Morgan Funds, and Dean Curnutt, Macro Risk Advisors, provide their thoughts on what investors should be watching after Brexit, including European banks and earnings strength.
The race for the next prime minister is heating up, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.
It's very early days, says Miles Gibson, CBRE head of UK research, sharing his outlook on UK commercial real estate as potential buyers hold off making deals.
The British pound lost twelve percent of its value since last week's referendum reducing the top prize at the iconic tennis tournament by as much as $360,000, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.