James Andrews of Redmayne Bentley says the U.K. is running out of time, and a delay of Article 50 is "inevitable" if a hard Brexit is to be avoided.
The vote will be held on the April 28th.
Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May is running down the clock with Brexit talks, Goldman Sachs said on Friday.
Royal Bank of Scotland reported a net income of £1.62 billion ($2.07 billion) for 2018 on Friday.
Germany's former finance minister expressed his concerns about an upcoming election at the EU this year, saying voters would only shun populist politics if the benefits of globalization are fully explained to them.
ING's chief economist and head of research for Asia-Pacific based these predictions on the state of the current negotiations between Britain and the EU, and how the U.K. economy is "looking quite bad on all fronts."
Germany saw flat growth in the fourth quarter, raising concerns that Europe's largest economy is slowing down and could enter recession.
Credit Suisse swung back to profit for the first time since 2014 after it reported a full-year net profit of 2.1 billion swiss francs for 2018.
European stocks slid Thursday as market participants monitored a flurry of earnings results and U.S. data.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May insisted to the British Parliament that her government still plans to exit the EU on March 29 this year.
Brexit fears are keeping international investors on edge.
Santander's decision to not repay investors on a special type of bond this week may have surprised investors, but analysts have told CNBC that any fears of financial stress in the market are unfounded.
Dutch bank ABN Amro on Wednesday missed analysts' expectations with a 42 percent fall in fourth-quarter net profit as loan impairments increased.
European stocks closed higher Wednesday, amid renewed optimism the U.S. and China might be able to resolve their long-running trade dispute.
President Mario Draghi ends his eight-year mandate in October and market players are anxious to know what direction the central bank will take when his tenure finishes.
A Ukrainian comedy actor who played the country's president in a hit TV show is being taken seriously as a contender in Ukraine's presidential election in March.
A new study from the London School of Economics found that British firms are choosing to invest in EU countries rather than their domestic market due to Brexit.
Italian banking shares moved higher on Monday following reports that their capital positions are above the levels required by the European Central Bank – in what analysts have described as "not so bad news."
Hungarian women that have four or more children are to be exempted from paying income tax for life, the prime minister has said.