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ECB president, Mario Draghi, responds to questions about the central bank's ability to control inflation.
Mario Draghi says the European Central Bank will review its current policy stance in March, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
ECB president, Mario Draghi, calls for structural reforms to boost productivity, reduce unemployment and create sustainable economic growth.
ECB president, Mario Draghi, says to expect the current interest rates to be the same or lower for an extended period of time.
The European Central Bank left interest rates on hold on Thursday amid growing concerns over faltering global economic growth.
Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem discusses how Europe is trying to clean up and regulate its banking sector, adding that the new regime is “a lot tougher.”
The refugee crisis is an operational and social support issue rather a financial concern, says Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Monetary policy is “flacid” right now, Nikhil Srinivasan, Generali’s CIO explains to CNBC, adding that the ECB needs to focus on regulation right now.
Wednesday's market action smacked of short-term capitulation, but analysts expect more volatility ahead, even if there is a rally.
IHS’ chief economist, Nariman Behravesh discusses the recovery in the euro zone, while giving his forecast on future European Central Bank strategies.
A powerful policy mix is driving the euro area's improving growth prospects, creating investment opportunities for the region's stocks.
CNBC’s Wilfred Frost takes a look ahead at next week’s big topics: earnings, China, and the ECB.
Anne Richards, CIO of Aberdeen Asset Management, says QE is working in Europe as there are signs of a pick-up in corporate lending and that Europe is at an early stage in the current economic recovery cycle.
Some European Central Bank policymakers wanted a bigger interest rate cut on the deposit facility in December, minutes showed on Thursday.
Europe and Japan equities are more attractive than U.K. and emerging markets stocks, UBS Wealth Management's global CIO told CNBC.
Returns ahead will likely be less robust, but the selloff has made Europe's stocks more attractive, Allianz GI's CIO for global equities said.
The dollar weakened against a basket of currencies on Wednesday after the release of the FOMC minutes from its December meeting.
Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, argues that credit is becoming easier to access, but governments are failing to restructure economies.
Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, talks about how QE is affecting the euro, bond yields and the impact of European Central Bank policy.
A slower-growing China, diverging central bank actions and a cutthroat battle among global energy producers were themes.