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European Central Bank president Mario Draghi's Sintra comments were like soccer star Marco Tardelli's historical 1982 goal, said Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones.
Markets will focus on recovering economies in both France and Italy after the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged, Peter Dixon, chief UK economist at Commerzbank said.
Peter Dixon, chief UK economist at Commerzbank, discusses low wage growth, productivity and inflation after the European Central Bank leaves inflation rates unchanged.
The European Central Bank also kept its asset purchase program unchanged.
President Mario Draghi's difficult task of calming markets was laid bare on Thursday afternoon.
The Greek government is widely expected to return to the bond market soon although Athens isn't saying much.
ECB president Mario Draghi is expected to dial back on his hawkish comments from Sintra, Oliver Brennan, senior macro strategist at TS Lombard, said.
France's brand new President Emmanuel Macron needs to move quickly to change the country, according to a top-ranking member of the European Commission.
Brexit talks are a "very difficult process" but they need to move fast to give enough time for officials to negotiate a trade deal, the vice president of the European Commission has told CNBC.
Citigroup is seeking to reduce its dependence on London by opening a second trading hub in Frankfurt, the NYT reports.
Budget cuts could prove the first stumbling block for France's fresh faced president.
The idea that big banks are facing an "existential crisis" from financial technology (fintech) challengers is "overblown", the digital chief of HSBC told CNBC.
A crash in global bond markets and a policy mistake by central banks could be the biggest tail risks to the market, according to a survey.
After Electrolux reported its best quarterly profit in seven years, CEO Jonas Samuelson said a weaker pound and the market being down is still a concern.
The European Central Bank is widely expected to hold interest rates steady on Thursday with many market watchers expecting the bank to announce in September plans to reduce its bond buying program.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has told ministers to show “strength and unity”, and to keep details of their discussions private, after reports over the weekend suggested divides over Brexit.
The Greek government seems ready to tap the bond markets again as early as next week, a source close to the situation told CNBC on Tuesday, which would mark the first time since 2014 that the country has borrowed from the capital markets.
Gideon Rachman of the Financial Times says the UK should consider a second EU referendum, as people may have been sold a slightly false bill of goods.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says the issue of citizens' rights will be a thorny one as EU negotiators can play hardball.
Consumers in U.S., Europe and the U.K. are increasingly favoring specialist retailers when purchasing their beauty products, a UBS report showed Monday.