U.S. government debt yields were lower on Thursday as investors scrutinized speeches from a number of Federal Reserve leaders.
Gold gains after Draghi's comments on monetary policy and Trump's debt ceiling agreement.
The Nordic region's biggest bank, Nordea, said on Wednesday it would move its headquarters to Finland, dealing a blow to Stockholm's bid to become a financial hub.
ECP President Mario Draghi has to start tapering soon going by the ECB's rules on asset purchases, says Klaus Baader, head of research, Asia, Societe Generale.
Gao Qi of Scotiabank weighs in on how the European Central Bank could go about tapering its QE program and says there's upside potential for the common currency.
The European Central Bank is expected to jawbone the currency lower at it meeting Thursday, but the tone is important, says Elsa Lignos, global head of FX Strategy, RBC Capital Markets.
European markets ended Wednesday on a relatively mixed note, as investors cheered on the rebound seen in U.S. markets.
David Lyon of JPMorgan discusses the difficult positions the Fed and ECB are in, and how their actions may impact global growth.
Frankfurt and Dublin are emerging as the clear favorites for post-Brexit relocation among U.K.-based banks, according to a top official at Germany's central bank.
German Savings Bank Association President Georg Fahrenschon gives his views on the European Central Bank and the challenges facing banks in Europe.
Stocks in Asia declined on Wednesday as investors remained jittery about North Korea.
European markets came under pressure by the end of Tuesday's trade, as a weak performance from Wall Street and geopolitical concerns weighed on investor sentiment.
Mark Grant, Hilltop Securities, weighs in on how central bank policies are impacting stock and bonds markets.
The death of a major economic concept is riling many economists and analysts.
Jason Ambrose, CEO of Vanda Research weighs in on market reaction to North Korea's latest nuclear test and explains what will take 10-year U.S. Treasury yields higher.
Rapid gains by the euro against the dollar are worrying a growing number of policymakers at the ECB, raising the chance its asset purchases will be phased out only slowly, three sources familiar with discussions told Reuters.
The output gap and slack in some European economies such as France and Spain has to be looked at "from a global point of view" rather than just a domestic perspective, Sonja Laud, head of equity at Fidelity International, said.
The prestige of the U.S. dollar is being questioned as the currency weakens, an investment manager told CNBC Monday.
The European Central Bank and Federal Reserve will be gradual in any adjustment to their accommodative monetary policy, Regina Borromeo, portfolio manager and head of international high yield at Brandywine Global, said.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s message from Jackson Hole was to focus on "structural change", Bert Colijn, senior economist for the euro zone at ING, told CNBC.