The main sticking points remain fishing rights and the so-called "level playing field" -- measures to prevent what is seen as unfair competition through the lowering of standards or the use of state subsidies.
Britain's exit from the 28-member EU would add more uncertainty for Yellen's Fed as it seeks to re-establish its rate-setting credibility in the face of skeptical markets which have now all but priced out a rate rise by the U
Asian shares dipped to near three-week lows while safehaven assets such as U.S. bonds and the yen were in demand on Wednesday on growing anxiety Britain will choose to leave the European Union next week.
Gold prices dipped slightly on Wednesday, after touching a near six-week high in the previous session, as the market awaited the US Federal Reserve's policy statement and amid concerns over a potential British exit from the E
Crude futures fell in early Asian trade on Wednesday as mounting concerns about Britain's possible exit from the European Union and a surprise build in U.S. inventories left investors ignoring the IEA's declaration that the o
Crude oil futures fell in early Asian trade on Tuesday, as investors ignored signs of market tightness to focus on concerns over global growth and overnight declines in stocks on the impending vote on Britain's possible Europ
Asian stocks slipped on Tuesday amid growing worries this month's referendum in Britain could see it exit the European Union, while markets were also nervous ahead of the US Federal Reserve's two-day meeting that begins later
US shooting: A group campaigning for Britain to leave the EU briefly posted a tweet today warning that EU membership could lead to an "Orlando-style atrocity", prompting outrage from "Remain" supporters.
A group campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union urged voters on Monday to back a British exit from the EU, or "Brexit", to prevent what it called "an Orlando-style atrocity", a message condemned by rival campaigne
Britain's influence in the European Union will be stronger if it votes to remain in the bloc in a June 23 referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday with the latest polls showing Britons almost evenly split over
The implied probability of an In vote on June 23 fell to around 70 percent on Saturday after an opinion poll by ORB for The Independent newspaper showed the "Leave" camp was 10 points ahead of "Remain".
Gold prices touched a four-week high on Monday, supported by a weaker dollar and a slide in Asian stocks ahead of key central bank meetings this week and a June 23 referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union.
British support for remaining in the European Union stands at 44 percent compared to 42 percent of voters who back leaving the 28-member bloc, according to an Opinium poll for Sunday's Observer newspaper.
Thirteen of Britain's top scientists signed a letter backing the campaign to remain in the EU today after a dramatic new poll boosted the momentum behind the Brexit campaign less than two weeks before the June 23 referendum.