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Given the low growth and low inflation environment globally, central banks will remain in easing mode for awhile, says Puru Saxena, CEO of Puru Saxena Wealth Management.
The rally in the Aussie dollar following a surprisingly strong jobs report increases the likelihood of a rate cut next month, says Mitul Kotecha, head of FX Strategy, Asia Pacific at Barclays.
While volatility will likely increase, a U.S. rate hike also creates buying opportunities, says Guillaume Chatain, executive director and head of equity solutions at JP Morgan Private Bank.
Any initial negative impact from a U.S. rate hike won't leave a long-lasting dent on the global economy, says Gary Stern, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis from 1985-2009.
Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie, discusses comments from the IMF that a 100-basis-point hike in U.S. short-term interest rates could hit emerging markets.
David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial, says the Fed has been transparent so when it raises interest rates later this year, it won't be surprise for markets.
Apple has cut prices for products like the iPhone 6 on its Russian website in the wake of a rising ruble.
The protester jumped up on the table in front of Draghi, wearing a shirt calling for the end of the "ECB dick-tatorship."
European equities closed higher on Wednesday, unchanged after the European Central Bank (ECB) announced its monetary policy decision.
At the ECB's April meeting, ECB President Mario Draghi talks to CNBC's Annette Weisbach about whether there's a bubble in the European bond markets.
ECB President Mario Draghi insists the monetary policies put in place by the central bank are effective.
ECB President Mario Draghi says concerns about the central bank's QE program are premature and not supported by existing evidence.
ECB President Mario Draghi details the central bank's current exposure to Greece and says it will continue to extend liquidity to Greek banks.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, says that the ECB's expansionary monetary policy finds its natural complement in structural reforms.
The U.S. economy is expected to see a boom that will send the unemployment rate into the 4 percent range, the Fed's James Bullard said.
Wolfgang Schauble, Germany's finance minister, said Wednesday Greece's new government has "damaged" the country's improving economy.
Andrew Bosomworth, head of PIMCO portfolio management in Germany, says he sees "zero value" in a discussion surrounding a tapering of the ECB's bond-buying program.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi dismissed fears of a Greek default and a bubble in bond markets at a conference in Frankfurt.
Richard Duncan, author & publisher of Macro Watch, explains why he thinks the purchase of government bonds by central banks translates into the cancellation of outstanding debts.
The NY branch of the Fed, wary of a natural disaster shutting down its operations, has added staff and bulked up its office in Chicago.