Like a financial Pied Piper, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi could call the tune for markets Thursday.» Read More
Patrick Armstrong, CIO of Plurimi Investment Managers, expects there will be "no surprises" at the European Central Bank meeting tomorrow, at which the bank plans to roll out its bond-buying program.
Fears Greece may exit the euro and revive the drachma abound, but attempting a return to the currency Athens left behind may be tragic, Goldman said.
Wednesday's economic reports will be mined for clues on whether the U.S. economy is strong enough for the Fed to become less "patient" this month.
The dollar softened on Tuesday after touching an 11-year high against major currencies.
The strong dollar story has not changed, and many pros will tell you the currency has further to climb.
Stocks could stay on cruise control, with auto sales as a potential catalyst, as traders watch for another new high in the Nasdaq.
The dollar edged up with the greenback touching an 11-year peak despite soft economic data.
Ian Robertson, member of the board of management at BMW, weighs in on BMW's markets, in particular Russia, Europe and China.
Whilst many investors see bonds as a "safe" option, Bob McKee, chief economist at Independent Strategy, says he prefers European equities is currently a much better bet.
Reinhard Cluse, chief European economist at UBS, says there's a "decoupling" going on between Europe and the U.S., in terms of their monetary policies.
Mohammed El Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, told CNBC at the Global Financial Markets Forum that politics in Greece is becoming far more complicated. He also discussed the ECB's QE program.
Speaking to CNBC at the Global Financial Markets Forum, Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna says his country is on the road to tax transparency.
Speaking to CNBC at the Global Financial Markets Forum, Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna says the Greek bailout extension was difficult to settle and that euro zone members needed to show respect.
Some central banks have cut interest rates into negative territory to eke out economic growth, but unintended, counterproductive outcomes may emerge.
The Fed should keep interest rates lower for longer than planned and then tighten monetary policy aggressively, according to new findings.
Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS Wealth Management, explains why the US dollar is trailing behind a strong performance in equities.
Notis Marias, Greek Independent MEP, explains why he thinks that the European Central Bank is profiting from Greece's debt.
Manpreet Gill, senior investment strategist at Standard Chartered, says European equities will likely outperform their U.S. counterparts due to factors like the ECB's quantitative easing.
The dollar edged down after Fed Chair Janet Yellen held back from giving a clear view on when the Fed may begin raising interest rates.
Puru Saxena, CEO of Puru Saxena Limited, expects European equities to do well over the next 1 year due to the ECB's quantitative easing, but warns of currency risks.