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.
Jean-Claude Trichet, former European Central Bank president, speaks with CNBC's Rick Santelli about the latest policy stance and view of the economy from the ECB.
The European Central Bank (ECB) left its benchmark interest rate unchanged Thursday and made no reference to the anticipated wind-down of its stimulus program.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks on the current state of the euro zone.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides highlights from Mario Draghi's press conference on the ECB's policy decisions.
The European Central Bank has decided to leave interest rates unchanged for now, reports CNBC's Joe Kernen.
European markets ended higher on Thursday, as the European Central Bank (ECB) left rates unchanged.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday, as investors geared up for Fed speeches and news from the ECB's latest meeting.
Andrea Cicione, head of strategy at TS Lombard, takes a look at the performance of European banks as of late, with added comment on Italy and bond markets.
The European Central Bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged Thursday and made no reference to the anticipated wind-down of its stimulus program. CNBC’s Carolin Roth has the details.