Have financial markets priced a potential extension to the European Central Bank's quantitative easing program? Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec, discusses.» Read More
ECB President, Mario Draghi discusses the European Central Bank's relationship with Greece with its bailout program.
ECB President, Mario Draghi discusses how their monetary policies have prevented "immeasurable tightening" in financial conditions for the real economy, despite volatility.
"Buy the dip" may not be the best stock market strategy just now, some analysts say.
Callum Henderson, global head of FX research at Standard Chartered, expects the Fed to raise rates in December, adding that the tightening cycle will likely be shallow.
With deflationary forces in Japan and Europe stemming from "demography and long-term structural rigidities," structural reforms are the answer to lifting inflation, says Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group.
Jean Lemierre, chairman at BNP Paribas, says global central banks are trying to promote growth and discusses the European Central Bank's monetary policy.
The Fed's initial statement was pretty dovish but as Yellen spoke, it seemed clear the Fed was more worried about inflation than the economy.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber tells CNBC says governments are failing to implement adequate reforms in the wake of large-scale asset purchases by the European Central Bank.
David Roche, president and global strategist at Independent Strategy, says the European Central Bank will roll out further monetary stimulus as the bank struggles to meet its inflation targets.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank, discusses how ECB President Mario Draghi may react to the strength or otherwise of the single currency.
Mark Blyth, professor of international and public affairs at Brown University's Watson Institute, explains why the future of the euro area seems assured in the medium term.
Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the concept of the European Union has "shown remarkable resilience" and detractors are "not in line with reality."
Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the Fed has been clear in warning markets that an increase in interest rates was on the cards.
Bob Parker, senior adviser of investment, strategy & research at Credit Suisse, argues that the Japanese and European central banks should maintain QE.
Paul Donovan, senior global economist at UBS, explains how the emerging market slowdown will affect the oil market and what the future holds for the dollar.
Jesper Bargmann, head of trading, Asia at Nordea Markets, says Japan's Nikkei 225 index is likely playing catch-up to the Shanghai Composite's higher finish on Tuesday.
Deflation is not a large threat in 2015, the head of Italy's central bank said, but warned of "very, very low inflation" ahead.
Italy's making some economic headway and citizens have a choice of two countrymen to thank.
The ECB is unlikely to do anything until spring next year says Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former ECB Executive Board Member and chairman of Societe Generale.
Guy Miller, chief market strategist and head of macroeconomics at Zurich Insurance, discusses M&A activity and how much central banking continues to impact markets.