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Ronald Wan of Partners Financial Holdings says HKEX's bid for LSE came at a "sensitive" timing. He says HKEX may have seen this time as the "last opportunity" to make a proposal, because the environments in both Hong Kong and the U.K. could become more political in terms of unrest and Brexit respectively.
The nature of the Irish border post-Brexit is a major sticking point in negotiations between the British government and the EU.
Geert Wilders, leader of the Netherlands' Party for Freedom, discusses the Brexit deadlock.
Ireland's finance minister warned that the country's government remains "highly skeptical" about proposals advocated by Britain's prime minister.
The U.K.'s Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay called for a "creative" approach from the EU to fix the current impasse between London and Brussels.
Mario Centeno does not see the Brexit deal 'progress' that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been touting, he told CNBC on Saturday.
The announcement comes at a time when British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under immense pressure to deliver Brexit.
Britain's political meltdown has thrust the country into the midst of an economic "disaster," according to a Nobel Prize-winning economist.
Britain's prime minister is under immense pressure to deliver Brexit with 55 days to go before the country is scheduled to leave the EU.
Valerio de Molli, CEO of The European House, Ambrosetti, discusses Brexit and politics across the euro zone.
A now withdrawn extradition bill has sparked protests that have occasionally degenerated into violence, creating Hong Kong's worst social unrest in decades and hurting the city's economy.
Alistair Burt, a British member of parliament ousted from the Conservative Party, says Prime Minister Boris Johnson's leadership is not yet in jeopardy but he's realizing the difficulties that his predecessor Theresa May faced.
Moritz Kraemer, chief economic advisor at Acreditus, says the U.K. has taken the wrong approach to negotiating with the EU on Brexit.
Kate Hoey, a pro-Brexit member of parliament from the Labour Party, said Britain's democratic system would be under attack if the U.K. failed to leave the EU.
James Crabtree of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy says the European Union is likely "losing confidence" in the United Kingdom and its ability to come up with a "plausible deal."
William Adams of PNC discusses how a hard Brexit will impact the U.K. economy at a time when the risks of a recession has increased.