The euro trimmed some early gains on Friday as concerns of a growing trade conflict between the world's two biggest economies kept a lid on appetite.
The dollar fell off an 11-month high as the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's gauge of U.S. Mid-Atlantic business activity fell.
Gareth Nicholson of Bank of Singapore says growing trade tensions globally are a "tail risk" with central bankers showing increasing concern.
Draghi is doing "whatever it takes" to save the euro but that's eroded independence, a former ECB Governing Council member said.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is not yet in a position to discuss its future rate hike path, Ireland's bank governor Philip Lane told CNBC Tuesday.
Sean Callow of Westpac Bank says a disappointing European Central Bank meeting and domestic political troubles for German Chancellor Angela Merkel raise the risk profile of the euro.
Sim Moh Siong of Bank of Singapore says the euro remains likely to be "stuck in a listless choppy trading range" over the next one to three months.
It's been a big week for central banks with the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank each tinkering with monetary policy. This represents a change in the winds for global markets, says Wells Fargo's Michael Schumacher.
Now that the European Central Bank (ECB) has laid out plans to end its huge stimulus program, money managers are assessing how this affects their investments.
Antonio Garcia Pascual, chief economist for Europe at Barclays, speaks about the European Central Bank's latest announcement on its bond-buying program.
The U.S. dollar slipped against the Japanese yen on Friday, as President Donald Trump announced hefty tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports.
Gold prices drifted down on Friday on profit-taking after the dollar hit a seven-month peak, but got support from investors skittish about prospects of a trade war and a correction in equity markets.
Mike Gallagher of Continuum Economics says the current European Central Bank leadership seems inclined to hand any rate hike decision to the next team.
Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says Mario Draghi will end his tenure as chief of the European Central Bank next year without raising interest rates.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says the euro could ease further after this week's Federal Reserve and European Central Bank meetings showed a sharp divergence on policy views.
Dwyfor Evans of State Street Global Markets discusses the European Central Bank views on low inflation, which can change if growth picks up in the euro zone.
William Adams of PNC says the European Central Bank made it clear that quantitative easing remains an option even after the current program ends.
Kazuo Momma of the Mizuho Research Institute says the Bank of Japan has to be "very patient" in its efforts to stimulate inflation in the economy.
Sally Auld of J.P. Morgan compares the forward guidance that came from the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve.
European stocks rallied to close higher Thursday afternoon after the European Central Bank (ECB) provided the market with clues on the end of its massive bond-buying program.