Michael Bell, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, compares the merits of buying equities in the U.S., where the Fed is likely to raise interest rates, against buying European stocks, where the ECB's monetary easing should boost share prices.» Read More
Starling Bank CEO, Anne Boden, explains why mobile is enough for people to manage their current accounts.
European equities finished sharply higher on Thursday, after the ECB hinted at further stimulus for the euro zone and a new set of corporate earnings were released.
U.K. retail sales grew at their fastest pace in almost 2 years in September, with the rugby giving sales a boost. Kallum Pickering, senior UK economist at Berenberg, discusses.
If the Federal Reserve does hike interest rates in 2015, it will force the ECB’s hand to increase easing, says Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Haitong securities.
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former member of European Central Bank's executive board, explains why ECB QE hints is just Draghi looking for a reaction from the markets.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi says the exposure of the euro zone to China’s economy is not very significant. However, some countries,such as Germany, are more impacted.
Given the continued high unemployment and low potential output growth in the EU; the cyclical recovery should be supported by effective structural policies says ECB president, Mario Draghi.
Discussing the current state of the euro zone, European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi weighs in on inflation, domestic markets and the deposit rate.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi says, if needed, the quantitative easing program could run beyond its original date of September 2016.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi discusses the Volkswagen scandal and the refugee crisis and how they impact the euro zone.
European Central Bank leaves its main refinancing rate unchanged at 0.05 percent. Fabio Balboni, European economist at HSBC, reacts.
Fabio Balboni, European economist at HSBC, discusses the European Central Bank’s moves in relation to the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates.
Who will hike interest rates first: Bank of England or Federal Reserve? Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC, weighs in.
European equities ended trade mixed on Wednesday as investors digested a mixed bag of earnings, ahead of a European Central Bank (ECB) meeting on Thursday.
Valdis Dombrovskis, vice president at European Commission, tells CNBC why bank deposits up to 100,000 euros should be secured.
Who's to blame in EU tax deal case, the countries or the companies? EU competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager says it "takes two to tango."
SEB's CFO, Jan Erik Back explains how the company is successful with attracting new customers.
David Herro, chief investment officer at Harris Associates, says some areas in Credit Suisse have become "bloated."
European equities closed lower on Tuesday, as earnings reports and renewed concerns over China continued to dominate investor sentiment.