David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, discusses how events in major European economies could affect the ECB's monetary policy.
Vincent Juvyns, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, and David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, discuss the ECB.
ECB President Mario Draghi discusses his decision to keep key interest rates unchanged.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the European Central Bank has decided to leave rates alone for now.
James Athey, fixed income investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, discusses trading French and German government bonds.
Ann-Katrin Petersen, investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors, discusses her expectations for today's European Central Bank meeting.
The European Central Bank keeps its interest rates on hold Thursday ahead of some high-risk elections on the continent later this year.
Stefan Schneider, chief German economist at Deutsche Bank, weighs in on how the European Central Bank will address the inflation debate.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach takes a look at what could be the key arguments mentioned at the European Central Bank’s latest monetary policy meeting and conference.
Marius Gero Daheim, senior fixed income strategist at SEB AG, talks about the challenges and pressures that are currently facing the European Central Bank.
Stefan Schneider, chief German economist at Deutsche Bank, says he expects to hear by September how the ECB wants to proceed when it comes to tapering.
Stock trading Thursday will likely hinge on oil prices and headlines from Europe, as traders await Friday's report on nonfarm payrolls.
The dollar rose to its highest level in five days, just below a two-month peak after a better-than-expected ADP report.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble discusses the challenges faced by the European Central Bank.
The ECB is faced with a unique political challenge this year and could implement its "nuclear" policy to weather a populist storm; analysts.
ECB President Mario Draghi has robustly defended the euro from U.S. criticism, while dismissing claims that Germany was a manipulator of the currency.
European markets closed lower on Monday as investor concerns increased amid political instability in France and the U.S.
Financial regulation underpins stability and the idea of relaxing bank rules is 'very worrisome,' ECB President Mario Draghi said.
The Trump administration’s sabre-rattling on the dollar will run afoul of real-world economics, a global currency strategist at Nikko Asset said.
The euro may have taken a beating from a strong dollar and Europe's political risks, but now is the time to go long, a UBS analyst said.