NEW YORK, July 20- The dollar fell to its lowest in nearly two years against the euro on Thursday after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said policymakers would discuss possible changes to its bond-buying scheme in the autumn. The euro climbed as high as $1.1655 against the greenback after Draghi spoke, putting it up about 1.2 percent on the day and...
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi responds to controversy surrounding the replacement and annulment of staffers and contracts earlier this year.
If the Greek government decides to return to the bond market, it should be done in a "lasting way", European Central Bank President Mario Draghi told CNBC.
We stand ready to increase our asset purchase program if financial conditions become unstable, says Mario Draghi, president of the ECB.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks about euro zone inflation and the exchange rate.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks about the institution's latest interest rate decision and asset purchase program.
Peter Dixon, chief UK economist at Commerzbank, discusses low wage growth, productivity and inflation after the European Central Bank leaves inflation rates unchanged.
The ECB will have to taper eventually, Crédit Agricole CIB's head of G10 FX research Valentin Marinov said, but unchanged interest rates are unsurprising.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi's Sintra comments were like soccer star Marco Tardelli's historical 1982 goal, said Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones.
Markets will focus on recovering economies in both France and Italy after the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged, Peter Dixon, chief UK economist at Commerzbank said.
The Bank of Japan is keeping monetary policy steady while cutting inflation forecasts for the next two years. Vasileios Gkionakis, managing director, co-head of strategy research at Unicredit, discusses.
The Bank of Japan has pushed back the time frame for hitting its 2 percent inflation target. Takashi Miwa, chief Japan economist at Nomura, weighs in.
Some experts said they expected the BOJ to lower its inflation forecast in a continued battle with stubbornly weak price growth.
*Global stocks at record, Asia ex- Japan index hits 9-1/ 2- yr high. *Strong earnings propel Wall Street to close at all-time highs. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.15 percent, hovering near its highest level since December 2007.
TOKYO— Japan's central bank has opted to keep its lavish monetary stimulus intact while downgrading its outlook for inflation. The Bank of Japan's policy meeting ended Thursday with no change to its injections of trillions of yen into the economy each year through government bond purchases. Haruhiko Kuroda has sought to spur inflation, and encourage...
TOKYO, July 20- The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady and pushed back again the timing for achieving its 2 percent inflation target on Thursday, reinforcing expectations it will lag well behind major global central banks in dialling back its massive stimulus programme. Following is a table of median forecasts by the BOJ's nine board members of gross...
*Asia seen to grow faster than previously thought. Developing Asia- made up of 45 countries in the Asia-Pacific region- is expected to grow 5.9 percent and 5.8 percent this year and next, the Manila- based ADB said in the update of its Asian Development Outlook on Thursday. China's economy beat expectations with 6.9 percent growth in the second quarter, in part...
The Bank of Japan is insistent on holding onto its 2 percent inflation target, but it's unlikely to meet that target in the near future, says Alvin Liew of UOB.
*Gov Kuroda to brief media 0630 GMT. TOKYO, July 20- The Bank of Japan is set to paint a brighter picture of the economy on Thursday but cut its inflation forecasts again, reinforcing expectations that it will lag well behind major global central banks in scaling back its massive stimulus programme. Depending on how deep the cuts are, the BOJ may push back the timing...
TOKYO, July 19- The dollar nursed losses on Wednesday after skidding to a 10- month low against a currency basket as Republican legislators' failure to pass a stalled healthcare bill raised fears for the rest of President Donald's Trump reform agenda. Republican efforts to overhaul or repeal Obamacare collapsed in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, rattling financial...