CNBC's Rick Santelli gives an update on the bonds, yields, market movement and reaction to the ECB meeting.» Read More
The New York Federal Reserve Bank's regulatory power shifted to a committee in Washington, the WSJ reported on Thursday.
A stronger euro would "probably would weigh on the stock market," says Jim Iuorio, managing director at TJM Institutional Services.
At the ECB meeting, Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, explains why the purchase program cannot buy Greek bonds.
At the ECB meeting, Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, says they will start purchasing government bonds on March 9th.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, talks about the bank's economic projections, saying they are conditional on full implementation of all the policy measures.
ECB president Mario Draghi insists "we're a rule based institution, not a political one".
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, discusses the details of quantitative easing and the European economic data.
Canada's central bank urges citizens to cease defacing $5 notes as tribute to the late actor Leonard Nimoy. USA Today reports.
Alberto Gallo, head of European macro credit research at RBS, gives his reaction to the ECB's latest rate decision.
Elga Bartsch, chief European economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses what she expects to see at today's European Central Bank meeting.
Sony Kapoor, managing director at Re-Define, doesn't expect the European Central Bank to announce any shock details about quantitative easing today.
Norman Lamont, former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer and chairman of the Small Companies Dividend Trust, comments on the upcoming U.K. budget.
Commenting on investigations into fraud at the Bank of England, Andrew Goodwin, senior U.K. economist at Oxford Economics says the central bank needs to be more transparent.
The ECB will commence its monthly 60-billion-euro ($66.3 billion) bond purchases on March 9, bank head Mario Draghi said Thursday.
The Bank of England left policy steady Thursday, barely causing a stir in markets -- a contrast to six years ago when it cut rates to a record low.
The Bank of England has announced this month's rate decision, which remains unchanged. Peter Chatwell, interest rate strategist at Mizuho International, gives his response, whilst discussing the sterling currency.
Peter Chatwell, interest rate strategist at Mizuho International,says there's room for the UK guilt curve to steepen further as political risks have not yet been factored in.
Killian Hurley, CEO of Mount Anvil, tells CNBC that London's housing market needs radical change and says supply, not demand, is the central issue.
Both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are due to announce interest rate decisions on Thursday.
As central banks are aware that what they say impacts the markets, the banks "agonize" over each statement's language says Michael McMahon, associate professor at University of Warwick.