The U.S. dollar was little moved on Tuesday as traders held off making large bets before the Federal Reserve's policy announcement on Wednesday.
Britain's chancellor of the exchequer says a "clear majority" in parliament is against the idea of the U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal.
Theresa May's replacement as U.K. prime minister will likely be stridently pro-Brexit, says Martin Gilbert, chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments.
President Donald Trump promised the U.K. a "phenomenal trade deal" Tuesday, on the second day of his state visit to Britain.
Trump kicked off his state visit to the U.K. by calling Khan a "stone cold loser."
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry adds that the U.S. president should not have recieved a state visit to the United Kingdom.
A Conservative Party leadership contest and differences over Huawei and Iran are likely to test the resolve of the "special relationship."
President Trump begins his state visit to the U.K. with a ceremonial welcome in the Buckingham Palace garden.
The Japanese yen jumped against the dollar and the Mexican peso plunged after U.S. President Donald Trump's shock threat to slap new tariffs on Mexico.
European stocks faded Tuesday afternoon, as broad uncertainties over trade and economic growth soured investor sentiment.
The president's previous trip to the U.K. in 2018 featured just one event with Queen Elizabeth II. This time around, members of the royal family will participate in nine separate events with members of the Trump family.
Pro-EU parties are set to hold onto two-thirds of the seats at the EU Parliament.
Former Foreign Minister Boris Johnson is seen as the bookmaker's favorite to succeed outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May.
May had failed to win a parliamentary majority on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
The embattled leader is expected to outline a timetable for her successor to be chosen.
European stocks closed higher on Friday, with investors returning to risk assets as fears over the U.S.-China trade battle receded.
The dollar hit its highest level in two years and the yen rose half a percent on Thursday as economic and political uncertainties swept through Europe and Asia, pinning down the euro and the yuan.
Brexit pressures are building again as a change of U.K. prime minister looks all but done.
British Prime Minister Theresa May could announce her resignation in the next few days, according to U.K. media reports.
European markets traded sharply lower Thursday amid ongoing U.S.-China trade concerns.