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Brexit has revived concerns that the European Central Bank will run out of bonds to buy for the QE programme. Its president, Mario Draghi discusses how the central bank is approaching these fears.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi discusses the headwinds that are impacting the euro area’s economic state, such as Brexit and sluggish implementation of structural reforms.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi talks about how the euro area financial markets have weathered the spike in uncertainty and volatility with encouraging resilience.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi says while the unrest in Turkey is likely to affect confidence, it’s very difficult to see a significant impact on the euro zone.
What can ECB president Mario Draghi say to strengthen confidence in the banking sector? Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, former ECB executive board member, weighs in.
Friedrich Heinemann, head of public finance department at ZEW, says Mario Draghi has a strong incentive to have a “wait-and-see” approach, especially in light of the surprise Brexit vote.
Antonio Garcia Pascual, chief European economist at Barclays, explains why the European Central Bank will eventually have to do a little bit more, in light of the Brexit vote.
Former ECB executive board member, Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell says it may be too early to assess the impact of Brexit, when talking about the ECB’s strategic moves going forward.
What can we expect from Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank today? CNBC’s Julia Chatterley weighs in.
The European Central Bank has decided to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.0 percent. CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford breaks down the details.
Wei Li, head of iShares EMEA investment strategy at Blackrock, reacts to the European Central Bank’s latest policy decision with specific comment on inflation targets.
Francesco Castelli of Banor Capital discusses how the European Central Bank could save Italian banks.
The pool of bonds that the European Central Bank can buy is getting smaller, as yields push further in negative territory. CNBC’s Julia Chatterley outlines what to expect at Thursday’s meeting.
Barnaby Martin, head of European credit strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, says it’s inevitable that the ECB will have to do something.
Most Asia markets rose on Thursday, with Japanese shares advancing after reports suggested the government was preparing a sizable stimulus package.
Speculation of more aggressive fiscal and monetary policy easing has weakened the yen and supported the Asian stock rally, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
The dollar hit a four-month high against a basket of currencies, bolstered by strong U.S. data and expectations of Fed rate rises.
The European Central Bank could introduce innovative new measures this week such as easing its bond restrictions, says Macquarie's Nizam Idris.
Gold edged higher on Tuesday, as European shares hit a one-week low.
The European Commissioner has said he did not see the EU granting Turks visa-free travel this year due to Ankara's crackdown after a failed coup.