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The perception is the ECB will proceed with QE tapering, but Draghi is delaying the announcement, says Paul Donovan of UBS Wealth Management.
David Sokulsky of Crestone Wealth Management says high amounts of passive money and dip-buying in tech are reasons for low volatility in the markets.
The euro could be on track to hit $1.20 against the dollar before the year is out, according to analysts who say that it is set to ride a wave of improved euro zone data and weakening investor conviction in the U.S.
North Korea's economy grew at its fastest pace in 17 years in 2016, South Korea's central bank said Friday, despite international sanctions.
The European Central Bank is leaving existing guidance in place and markets should expect very gradual QE reduction next year, says William Adams of PNC.
There are limits to forward guidance from central banks, whether it's the ECB or the Federal Reserve, says Patrick Chovanec of Silvercrest Asset Management.
Hawkishness by policymakers in the western world does not mean that interest rates need to rise in Australia, a top central banker said.
John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer chief investment strategist, and Kevin Caron, Washington Crossing Advisors portoflio manager, discuss the market reactions to global central bank policies.
The euro saw a sharp surge as Mario Draghi spoke on Thursday afternoon, with the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) discussing inflation expectations and the potential end of its asset-purchase program.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder says the new Fed chair's transition will be normal.
We stand ready to increase our asset purchase program if financial conditions become unstable, says Mario Draghi, president of the ECB.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks about euro zone inflation and the exchange rate.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks about the institution's latest interest rate decision and asset purchase program.
The European Central Bank also kept its asset purchase program unchanged.
President Mario Draghi's difficult task of calming markets was laid bare on Thursday afternoon.
U.S. government debt prices were relatively flat on Thursday, as investors awaited for the ECB's latest monetary policy decision.
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