Central banks around the world are upping their inflation forecasts but some analysts highlight a mixed picture when it comes to Europe
The dollar tumbled on Thursday, as risk appetite took a turn for the worse after soft Chinese trade data spooked the market.
Analysts have said that the ECB will be compelled to extend its bond-buying due to the weakness and uncertainty in the euro zone economy.
Greg Peters, senior investment officer at Prudential Fixed Income, discusses central bank strategy.
Deutsche Bank pays more to borrow from other banks than its peers including stragglers in Greece and Italy, Euribor data showed.
A ruling on triggering Article 50 and the Italian referendum are just some of the political risks ahead, says Roubini Global Economics's Rachel Ziemba.
ECB president Mario Draghi says he is neither optimistic nor pessimistic about 2017, as there are significant geopolitical risks ahead.
Poul Thomsen, director of the IMF's European department, says the European Central Bank could do more to help with the region's problems.
Portugal is confident it will not lose its sole investment grade rating, a top government official told CNBC.
World leaders pledged to use more resources to try to bolster economic gains amid slow growth and a rising backlash against globalization.
James Barty, head of global cross asset strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch, discusses euro zone stability and his view on the U.S. dollar.
CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with UBS CEO Sergio Emotti about the health of the European banking sector, the impact of Deutsche Bank and the European Central Bank's policies like negative interest rates.
Frederik Ducrozet, senior economist at Pictet Wealth Management, discusses the behavior of the central banks and how monetary policy will change.
Michael Preiss, executive director at Taurus Wealth Advisors, talks about Deutsche Bank's problems and its links to the European Central Bank.
Gold steadied after previously plunging in a sharp sell-off triggered by speculation and a break of key technical support levels.
The dollar was little changed as upbeat data on U.S. services sector offset a weaker-than-expected report on private job growth.
Europe closed lower on Wednesday as a sharp rise in oil prices failed to win over investors, with news on central banks continuing to dwell.
Thomas Harr, head of FX and commodities research at Danske Bank, speculates on potential monetary policy moves from the ECB and the Fed.
Asian stock markets were mixed on Wednesday, as the U.S. dollar climbed after hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials.
DB is not a Lehman parallel because central banks are prepared to inject liquidity in the unlikely instance it's required, says John Petrides, MD at Point View WM.