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The downward trend in euro zone inflation is a "temporary deviation", ECB President Mario Draghi tells CNBC, adding that inflation should rise towards two percent in 2016.
President of the ECB, Mario Draghi, says that euro area inflation will remain at low levels over the coming months before increasing gradually through 2015 and 2016.
The ECB has revised its 2014 and 2015 euro area GDP forecasts downwards says ECB President, Mario Draghi. Geopolitics and insufficient structural reforms remain risks, he added.
ECB President, Mario Draghi, says that in addition to cutting interest rates, the central bank will also start to purchase asset-backed securities to facilitate credit flows to the economy.
Robert Wood, chief U.K. economist at Berenberg, discusses the U.K. labor market and says that the Bank of England can afford to wait a few months before it starts hiking rates.
Andrew Sentance, senior economic adviser at PWC and former member of the Bank of England's MPC, says that the U.K.'s growth picture is supportive of higher interest rate.
Volker Wieland, member of the German Council of Economic Experts, says the ECB should wait and see how the TLTROs unfold before announcing other measures.
Sarat Sethi, managing director at Douglas C. Lane & Associates, discusses Apple ahead of the expected launch of the iPhone 6 and says the group has an "interesting challenge" ahead.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies, says the Fed is likely to monitor wage data particularly closely.
Erna Solberg, Norway's prime minister, says NATO will present a united front against Russia and discusses Norway¿s defense spending.
Paul Brody, practice leader for mobile and internet of things at IBM, discusses the internet of things and how it will change the home of the future.
NATO calls on Russia to stop its involvement in eastern Ukraine, says Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO's secretary general, adding that NATO will outline steps to enhance its partnership with Ukraine.
Marian Bell, former MPC member at the Bank of England, says that the current "very easy monetary conditions" in the U.K. are "simply not appropriate".
The NATO summit in Wales has many tough questions to solve on its agenda and could lead to higher defense spending and better intelligence sharing, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
Kathleen McInnis, research consultant for the Americas program at Chatham House, argues that NATO has never been irrelevant and outlines the many challenges it faces: from Ukraine to cybersecurity.
Valentin Marinov, director of foreign exchange strategy at Citi, discusses what an ECB quantitative easing program would look like.
The previous actions of the ECB are of "enormous importance" says Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, but structural policies are needed to kick-start employment.,
The latest OECD labor report is "a call for action" says Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, as progress in employment is "very slow" in the euro zone.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, says that when it comes to employment, the U.S. is "the one bright spot" as jobs are still being lost in some of the euro zone's countries.
James Rickards, author of "The Death of Money", argues U.S. President, Barack Obama, has "no grasp of geopolitics" and that the White House specializes in "rhetoric over reality".
Chatterley is CNBC’s European reporter covering key business and political events, as well as regular Eurogroup and EU leaders summits in Brussels.
Wilfred Frost is anchor of Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.
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