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The European Central Bank's non-action is giving this strategist a trading plan.
Impatient for action, investors immediately sold stocks and the euro, and moved into safe-haven bonds after the European Central Bank failed to deliver an immediate stimulus program Thursday morning.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the lack of clarity in the ECB's plan to help the struggling euro zone countries.
A look at what's next for the euro zone after the European Central Bank's Draghi indicated there are no plans to launch additional bond purchases, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, and Louise Cooper, BGC Partners.
Today’s information supports my view that the market was set-up to be disappointed and on that, I was not disappointed.
James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist, discusses market reaction to comments from the ECB's Mario Draghi this morning, and weighs in on why austerity alone will not work.
The European Central Bank's president is in the hot seat and things are looking up down under — it's time for your FX Fix.
Thomas Russo, Gardner, Russo & Gardner partner, provides insight on where to find significant value in overseas companies.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including an update from today's meeting of the European Central Bank.
Mario Monti has taken a step towards bridging Europe’s north-south divide over how to support the euro zone’s weaker economies by finding common ground with Finland over the need for concerted intervention to reduce excessively high borrowing costs, the Financial Times reports.
Senior government figures are discussing the possibility of buying out private investors in Royal Bank of Scotland and fully nationalizing it amid mounting frustration at banks’ failure to lend to British businesses, the FT reports.
The governing council of the European Central Bank (ECB) is set to take center stage on Thursday with speculation mounting about what sort of intervention, if any, could be announced.
Weeks after criticizing Nasdaq for the handling of the Facebook IPO, Knight Capital has its own troubles; Green Mountain Coffee "hyper" growth is over; Yelp surges after revenues; the Fed hints the economy may be slowing and traders are watching the ECB meetings tomorrow.
Geoff Lewis, Global Market Strategist, J.P. Morgan Asset Management says that investors need to look to high yields, corporate credits and emerging market debts to add returns in a sensible way. He explains why.
Robert Heller, Former Federal Reserve Governor, CNBC Contributor says the U.S. economy does not need more stimulus, and instead, rules and regulations need to be eased.
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist, RBS says that although euro zone leaders are working harder, the crisis is getting worse.
Inaction in Washington could hurt overseas, this strategist says.
The Bank of England’s (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee meets on Thursday to discuss interest rates, amid calls for the base rate to be cut from 0.5 percent to 0.25 percent. Moorad Choudhry tells us why further rate cuts or quantitative easing won't help turn around the U.K. economy.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market-moving activity from Europe, as shares extend gains built on a slew of economic data from the U.S.
The Swiss National Bank has euros ready to unload, and these strategists point to currencies that should benefit.
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Tim Graf, head of macro strategy for Europe at State Street Global Markets, says that global confidence, while still high, is deteriorating.
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.
Nik Stanojevic, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, says Iliad's bid to take over T-Mobile U.S. is surprising and that the price is below the U.S. provider's value.