Hayden Briscoe, head of fixed income, Asia Pacific, UBS Asset Management, says the ECB may sit up and take notice as the Fed moves to unwind its balance sheet.
ECB policymakers disagree on whether to set a definitive end-date for their money-printing program when they meet in October.
The Federal Reserve is some ways away from its inflation target in the near term as the FOMC convenes for its September meeting. Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners weighs in.
Carney said Brexit was likely to push up inflation and reiterated the central bank's view that interest rates are likely to rise in the coming months.
Nick Bennenbroek, Wells Fargo head of currency strategy, talks about the European Central Bank and the strength of the euro, the Japanese yen and his outlook on Federal Reserve policy.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan discusses central bank monetary policy.
The euro's future, just as was the case with its origin, crucially depends on a French-German agreement, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
European markets finished trade relatively mixed on Thursday as investors assessed the Bank of England's latest policy decision and individual stock news.
The common currency is supported in the longer term as the European Central Bank tapers QE while the Fed continues hiking rates, says Steve Brice of StandChart Private Bank.
Peter Boockvar, Lindsey Group chief market analyst explains why he thinks Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is damaging the purchasing power of U.K. citizens.
The Bank of England meets Thursday to make its latest policy meeting. Here's what to expect...
European markets closed under pressure on Friday, as investors tracked the weak performance seen in markets overseas.
James Liu of Clearnomics says strong global growth and policy promises that haven't come to pass are what's driving weakness in the dollar.
ECB President Mario Draghi says governors will decide on the “calibration” of its policy beyond the end of the year.
European growth will be selective with the consumer sector the most likely to benefit, says Harry Colvin, director & senior market strategist, Longview Economics.
Lorenzo Codogno of LC Macro Advisors says ECB President Mario Draghi attempted to slow the appreciation of the common currency, but with the Federal Reserve increasing rates will soon take some steam off the euro.
The ECB is still a long way away from raising rates, but markets are focusing on the potential tapering of its QE program, says Khoon Goh of ANZ Research.
ECB President Draghi didn't say strength in the common currency was threatening expansion in the euro zone, says William Adams of PNC Financial Services Group.
The slide in U.S. Treasury yields reflects concerns over global risks, such as Brexit, and a temporary rollover in growth momentum, says Atul Lele of Deltec International Group.
Sarah Hewin of Standard Chartered says the euro jumped overnight as markets had not expected European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to mention tapering at all.