Peter Praet, executive board member and chief economist at the European Central Bank, talks about how the Federal Reserve has an influence on the central bank in Europe.
Peter Praet, executive board member & chief economist at European Central Bank, talks about the state of the European economy, with comment on inflation.
Peter Praet, executive board member and chief economist at the European Central Bank, talks about the potential of tapering and a cut in the deposit rate.
The battle of words between Germany and the European Central Bank (ECB) is heating up once again and is managing to affect the exchange rate of the euro zone's single currency.
ECB President Mario Draghi insisted the bank's monetary policy stance remained appropriate on Thursday and stressed "sufficient confidence" would be necessary for the central bank to change tact.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says the central bank is “confident that our policy is working and that the outlook for the economy is gradually improving.”
Christoph M. Schmidt, chairman for the German Council of Economic Experts, reacts to the European Central Bank President’s speech, and where the euro zone economy is heading.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi talks about the economic recovery of the euro area, and which three areas of this recovery gives the ECB confidence.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi comments on the central bank’s assessment of the path of inflation for the euro zone.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi explains why over time, monetary policy has become “progressively more complex” but says the ECB’s monetary policy “is working”.
Volker Wieland, member of the German Council of Economic Experts, comments on the state of the European economy and the ECB's monetary policy.
Jan Hatzius, chief economist and head of global economics & markets research at Goldman Sachs, reveals why he doesn’t think the ECB will exit QE in 2017.
Thomas Harr, global head of FICC strategy at Danske Bank, reacts to the Fed’s latest set of minutes and the ECB President’s latest comments on QE.
S&P Global Chief Economist Paul Sheard says he’s more likely to be in the “Draghi camp” when it comes to QE, adding that it's not the time to be exiting the program.
S&P Global Chief Economist Paul Sheard talks about President Donald Trump’s economic measures, with added comment on the impact of hiking interest rates.
Volker Wieland, member of the German Council of Economic Experts, talks about how European elections have an impact on the European Central Bank.
The Fed is unlikely to surprise but the ECB could, says Michael Kelly, Pinebridge Investments.
The euro-sclerosis and the euro-pessimism are only a few of the old neologisms that got a new lease on life thanks to "reformers."
Anne Anderson, UBS Asset Management, says the likelihood of tapering from the ECB has increased and could take place as soon as late this year.
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six rival currencies, slipped from its late Thursday levels at 100.40.