Dr. Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, former vice-governor of the Austrian National Bank and former member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, discusses what the impact of the ECB's deposit rate cut on bank lending may be.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley provides a preview of Mario Draghi's speech on ECB monetary policy.
With the European Central Bank expected to announce further stimulus to its programme, what does Germany think? CNBC's Annette Weisbach weighs in.
Chantico Global CEO, Gina Sanchez says ECB’s Mario Draghi has a number of issues he has to deal with in the face of what’s happening in the U.S.
Tim Drayson, head of economics at LGIM, explains why the U.K. market is a “bit more of a wildcard” while discussing its economy in comparison to the U.S. and Europe.
Charles Diebel, head of rates strategy at Aviva Investors, explains why what happens to the deposit rate is the most important aspect to watch at the ECB meeting.
Stefan Schneider, chief German economist at Deutsche Bank, outlines his expectations from today’s ECB meeting and why he thinks it’s too early for tapering.
Two-tiered bank charges and lower deposit rates are much needed steps to weaken the euro, says Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Haitong Securities.
Who’s responsible for protecting society from cyberattacks? Checkpoint president, Amnon Bar-Lev, weighs in.
Record lows in dry bulk shipping are set to worsen, as a commodity price slump and China’s slowdown set to continue. Nigel Ashfield, managing director & partner at TIME Investments, discusses.
European equities closed the session mixed Wednesday as investors digested the weak inflation numbers out of the euro zone.
Harry Tchilinguirian, global head of commodity market strategy at BNP Paribas, explains why Iran’s oil output remains a wild card.
On Wednesday, the U.K. government will decide whether to approve airstrikes on Syria. James Strong, fellow in foreign policy analysis and international relations at LSE, discusses.
Philippe Gudin, chief European economist at Barclays, explains why he expects the ECB to announce an extension of its QE program.
Climate change is happening, and the consequences will be severe if the world doesn’t take action says IPCC chairman, Hoesung Lee.
With little to no growth, pressure remains on the European Central Bank to increase its massive bond-buying program to boost prices.
While speculation is high as to what measure the ECB will unveil Thursday, one CEO is certain it will involve ramping up the bank’s massive QE program.
Manuel de la Rocha, secretary for economic policy at Spanish socialists PSOE, admits that party is paying for the mistakes it made in the last election.
Spain’s economy minister, Luis de Guindos explains why he is confident that the European Central Bank is correct in its approach towards its QE programme.
CDP’s executive chairman and co-founder, Paul Dickinson, discusses how climate change can be enforced in countries across the globe.
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