While Portugal's victory at Euro 2016 was a cause for celebration, its economy is less of a success story according to Barclays.
Our live blog tracked reaction following news that Theresa May would become the U.K. Prime Minister on July 13.
British opposition Labour lawmaker Angela Eagle launched her bid to take over the leadership of the party on Monday.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a piece in the Wall Street Journal written by Britain's Finance Minister George Osborne.
Netherlands Foreign Minister, Bert Koenders, says it’s “unlikely” that the Netherlands would host its own EU referendum.
Larry Hatheway, group chief economist at GAM, explains why easing is the way forward for the Bank of England, following the country’s decision to leave the EU.
Simon Willis, head of research at Daniel Stewart, gives his outlook on the state of Europe’s banking sector, especially as stress tests are taking place soon.
Lithuania Prime Minister, Algirdas Butkevicius, says a solution will be found for Brexit if there is good will among member states.
Raytheon International CEO, John Harris, talks about the impact of Brexit, and what it may mean for his company and for the aerospace industry.
Peter Garnry, head of equity strategy at Saxo Bank, talks about the current state of the financial markets, saying that for the next six months, markets should expect to be in for a “very bumpy ride”.
Brexit is “sad news” for Estonia, according to Prime Minister, Taavi Roivas, although he doesn’t believe that Europe has lost the U.K. as an ally.
Finland foreign minister, Timo Soini, says countries need to stand united, despite there being a “lot of tensions” at the NATO meeting.
Norway Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, says the Norway model works for Norway, when commenting on the future of the U.K. after the Brexit vote.
Leading ministers and politicians from Europe talk to CNBC about NATO and their own response to Russia, with specific comment on sanctions.
The immediate post-Brexit era is creating a boon for people outside of the U.K.—especially tourists and luxury goods buyers.
An author explains his theory for “a common good economy” that rewards sustainable business practices, while penalizing wrongdoers.
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, says that she's concerned that the recent rollover of sanctions against Russia would be the last.
Our live blog tracked reaction as strong U.S. nonfarm payrolls data for June sent all major indexes back up past pre-Brexit levels.
Daragh Maher, HSBC Securities, discusses safe havens in the global markets, the jobs report coming up and the problem with the strengthening yen.
OakNorth chairman, Cyrus Ardalan says the Bank of England’s decision to reduce the capital buffer rate is a positive step, while discussing the banking sector impact following Brexit.
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