The U.K. vote was the first to be held in the winter months since 1974 and the first December election since 1923. At victory celebrations in central London, Boris Johnson told an audience that the country will now leave the EU on January 31, 2020. The result of the election is expected to have a decisive effect on the direction that Brexit takes, three-and-a-half years since the U.K.'s referendum on EU membership. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
European leaders have roundly declared that it's now time to get on with Brexit after U.K leader Boris Johnson secured an emphatic win in the country's general election. » Read More
By: Vicky McKeever
CNBC takes a look at headline reaction to the U.K.'s general election results. » Read More
Mahendra Negi of Trend Micro discusses the U.K. election outcome. He says, with more certainty on Brexit, companies can be more confident in making business plans. » Read More
As risk appetite recovers and as the Chinese yuan and British pound recover, it will be "tougher" for the U.S. dollar to remain strong, says Heng Koon How of United Overseas Bank.
Steve Brice of Standard Chartered Private Bank says Prime Minister Boris Johnson is likely to try to reach a "reasonable deal" that makes sense for both Europe and the U.K. He also says the British pound could move up to 1.42 against the dollar sometime in 2020.
In the short term, Sean Taylor of DWS says he would "fade the rally" in the sterling. He says he expects it will come back down.
Antonio Fatas of INSEAD says the U.K. Conservative Party now "finally" has the mandate to deliver Brexit, and there "must be" some relief in the European Union that the U.K. has made up its mind.
President Donald Trump welcomed U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's election victory on Friday.
If the exit polls hold, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have a mandate to move "very swiftly" to remove the U.K. from the European Union, says Heather Conley of Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Erik Nelson of Wells Fargo Securities says it's difficult to to see where further significant upside for the pound could come from, and it seems unlikely for sterling to reach 1.40 against the dollar in the near term.
James Crabtree of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy says markets are betting that Brexit is going to be softer rather than harder.
Daniel Morris of BNP Paribas Asset Management discusses the U.S.-China trade war and domestic politics in America.
Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson has secured a five-year term as prime minister with a comfortable parliamentary majority.
Brexit will finally "get done," analysts say, as U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party swept to a clear victory at the election.
Discussing the UK conservatives' big win. With CNBC's Brian Sullivan and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Chris Verrone, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on the UK election. With Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley, CNBC's Brian Sullivan and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Chris Verrone, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
A digital marketing agency in the North West of England allows staff "hangover days", where they can work from home if they feel fragile after one-too-many drinks the night before.
LinkedIn's 2020 Emerging Job Report looked at the fastest-growing jobs across Europe.
Voters across the U.K. are heading to the polls Thursday for a general election that is likely to shape the country not just for the next four years, but for decades to come. The election is being seen as a vote on Brexit. The snap vote was called by the government led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson because of a parliamentary impasse over the Brexit deal he had negotiated with the EU.