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CNBC's Annette Weisbach analyses European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's latest announcement on changes to monetary policy.
Insead's Antonio Fatas says its no wonder investors are confused given the mixed messages at the ECB press conference.
The Monetary Authority of Macau said on Friday it would clarify its policy after a report it would limit certain ATM withdrawals sent casino shares tumbling.
Four years ago, Michael Pento predicted a bond-market collapse in 2016. Here's what he sees as the interest rate that would break the Trump rally's back.
In the firm's US economic outlook report, it predicts the central bank to raise interest rates only twice in 2017.
The firm outline unlikely, but potentially impactful events next year, calling them 'grey swan' risks.
ECB President Mario Draghi discusses today's decision to continue quantitative easing to at least the end of 2017.
Vasileios Gkionakis, head of global FX strategy at UniCredit, discusses the European Central Bank's potential to react to political risk in Europe.
Robert Bishop, founder and managing principal at Impala Asset Management, discusses his stock pick of Rio Tinto and reacts to the latest ECB policy move.
Dean Turner, UK economist at UBS Wealth Management, discusses the European economic environment and its relationship with the United States.
Alex Dryden, global market strategist at JP Morgan, says that the ECB's latest policy announcement shows distinctly 'European' tapering.
Marius Gero Daheim, senior fixed income strategist at SEB, discusses his expectations on today's European Central Bank meeting.
The ECB announced a continuation of the bank's generous asset-buying program on Thursday, although a reduced pace of purchases is set to start from April next year.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach reacts to the European Central Bank's move to reduce bond-buying after April 2017.
Vasileios Gkionakis, head of global FX strategy at UniCredit, says that the euro is gaining the ground it lost to the U.S. dollar post-U.S. election.
A stronger dollar, lower inflation and a more dovish U.S. Federal Reserve may lead the central bank to increase rates twice in 2017, JP Morgan said.
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