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Jurrien Timmer, Fidelity, and Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, share their outlook on global markets after sanctions prompted Russia to ban imports of meat, fish, milk and fruit from the U.S., European Union, and others.
Reint Gropp, finance professor at Goethe University Frankfurt, says ECB head Mario Draghi is in a "difficult position" as he tries to tackle disinflation in the euro zone.
The euro zone has “no future” without reforms, the head of the Bank of Lithuania told CNBC ahead of his country’s accession next January.
Professor Peter Bofinger, member of the German Council of Economic Experts, says quantitative easing by the ECB could push Bund yields lower and cause "uproar" in Germany.
Vitas Vasiliauskas, governor of the Bank of Lithuania, says the euro zone is not sick but countries need to carry out structural reform to "survive".
With geopolitics weighing on the euro, there's now a greater need for aggressive easing from the European Central Bank, says Hamish Pepper, Forex Strategist, Asia Pacific at Barclays.
Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management, says retaliatory sanctions from Russia may heighten the need for more interventionist policies from the European Central Bank.
The European Central Bank has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.15 percent. James Ashley, chief economist at RBC Capital Markets, discusses what to expect from Mario Draghi's press conference.
As stocks ended little changed Wednesday, noted investor Dennis Gartman said it's still a bull market, albeit a "quiet" one.
Piers Curran, head of trading at Amplify Trading, says Italy and France are the euro zone's biggest concerns and that markets shouldn't expect the ECB to act until October.
Edward Hugh, independent economist, says that the Banco Espirito Santo bailout raises the question of whether a debt restructuring will be needed and who would be "carrying the can".
The underlying problems in Europe's southern economies have not been solved, says Hans-Werner Sinn, president at the Ifo Institute. He also criticizes the ECB potential use of quantitative easing.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to former ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet, about how major central banks are influencing the private sector and stocks, post financial crisis.
When it comes to what investors think will spoil the 6-year-old bull market, most point directly to the Federal Reserve.
As stocks spiral lower and bond yields tick higher, strategists say the dollar may finally be getting ready to flex some muscle.
CNBC's Julia Chatterly reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as Deutsche Bank and UBS report quarterly numbers.
Tom Enders, Airbus Group CEO, says it "would be nice if the ECB would help" lower the euro, and that the main focus for the group is to drive down its costs.
Shrinking spreads between emerging market bond yields and U.S. Treasurys' may spur bubble fears, but some analysts don't see any reason for alarm.
Justin Knight, head of European rates strategy at UBS, discusses the euro zone's "credit problem" and whether the ECB's TLRTO measure will help.
Philip Poole, head of research at Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management, says the dollar will strengthen and euro will weaken as the U.S. Federal Reserve ends tapering and the ECB introduces more stimulus measures.