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Europe ends sharply higher after Draghi raises QE hopes

European markets ended sharply higher on Thursday as the European Central Bank hinted that its asset-purchase program would be increased if needed.

ECB's Mario Draghi remains dovish

James Davidson, fund manager at JP Morgan Asset Management, says remarks by ECB President Mario Draghi suggest he remains dovish on monetary policy.

Home of the future 1 Hour Ago
Home of the future

CNBC's Phil Han reports on new innovations in the connected home sector and whether the internet of things will usher in a new era of connectivity.

 Unclear whether China weakness is permanent: Draghi

ECB President Mario Draghi says authorities are still trying to determine whether China’s economic weakness is set to continue.

Projecting ‘very low’ inflation: Draghi

ECB President Mario Draghi says based on current inflation forecasts and oil price projections, he expects inflation to stay very low in the near term.

Expect weaker pace of recovery: Draghi

ECB President Mario Draghi says the economic recovery across Europe will continue, albeit at a weaker pace than previously expected

ECB increases QE purchasing limit

ECB President Mario Draghi outlines the central bank’s plans to increase limits for the asset purchasing program.

Italy needs domestic action towards recovery: CEO

Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani and President of the Montenapoleone Association, says it’s up to Italy, not necessarily the ECB, to spark economic recovery in the country.

Expect further EM adjustment: Strategist

Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, talks about the impact of an unwinding carry trade.

ECB should ignore oil price shocks: German ‘wise man’

Volker Wieland, a member of the German Council of Economic Experts, colloquially known as one of the country’s ‘wise men,’ suggests it would be foolish if the ECB reacted to headline inflation as a result of low oil prices.

What’s best for Europe: Weak euro or low oil?

Gilles Moec, head of developed European economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, outlines deflationary concerns still plaguing the euro zone.

France is not the sick man of Europe: SocGen CEO

Frédéric Oudéa, CEO of Societe Generale, discusses the economic situation in France and what needs to be done to improve it.

Health care mergers and acquisitions set to continue

Fred Hassan, managing director of healthcare and consumer for Warburg Pincus, says we will see more M&A in the health care sector.

Will Sony's new smartphone be a game changer?

Kazunori Ito, an analyst for Barclays in Tokyo, predicts that consumer electronics maker Sony will remain in the smartphone market.

Sony unveils a ultra-high definition smartphone

Kazuo Hirai, CEO of Sony, says his company remains committed to consumer electronics.

Darth Vader, center, and Stormtrooper figurines are displayed during the kick-off of Disney's Star Wars Celebration 2015 at the Anaheim Convention Center, April 16, 2015.

New Star Wars toys hit the shops on Friday. CNBC looks at the history of Star Wars merchandise and how it's big business.

SocGen CEO remains positive on the euro zone

Frédéric Oudéa, CEO of Societe Generale, talks about the impact of the Chinese slowdown and shares his views on the European equity markets.

What will the PBOC do next?

Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at TD Securities, interprets recent moves by the People's Bank of China and predicts what else it may do to prop up the Chinese economy.

What should you expect from the ECB today?

Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at TD Securities, says you can't rule anything out in today's interest rate decision by the European Central Bank.

Fear China negative feedback loop: Fund manager

Matthew Beesley, head of global equities at Henderson Global Investors, says his biggest fear is that concerns over China start to feedback into themselves.

The big business of smart recycling Monday, 31 Aug 2015 | 7:00 PM ET
The big business of smart recycling

One company has developed tech to recycle plastics from complex waste streams.

Sweden keeps interest rate unchanged

Thomas Harr, global head of FICC research at Danske Bank, explains why the Riksbank kept its key interest rate steady Thursday.

Sept will be difficult for markets: Investment director

Tom Stevenson, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, says the market wobble we saw in August isn’t over just yet.

European markets open up ahead of ECB rate call

European markets opened higher on Thursday, ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB)'s latest monetary policy decision.

The 18 biggest risks for global cities

Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd's of London, outlines the findings of the firm’s City Risk Index.

 The market hasn’t appreciated our worth: Syngenta CEO

Mike Mack, CEO of Syngenta, explains why the firm now plans to sell its global vegetable seed business and go ahead with a $2 billion share repurchasing program.

Why clients are eyeing Europe: CEO

Sheila Patel, CEO of International Goldman Sachs Asset Management, says clients are interested in signs of growth in Europe.

Can Huawei take on Apple and Samsung?

Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, is hoping to break into the American market and directly take on Apple and Samsung with their new high end mobile.

Huawei CEO sees future growth

CNBC's Phil Han speaks to Huawei devices CEO, Richard Yu on future growth plans and whether the company is worried about a slowing China.

How to help solve Europe's migrant crisis: UN under-secretary

Philippe Douste-Blazy, under-secretary-general to the UN, describes the shocking conditions of refugees trying to get into Europe.

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