Didier Saint-George, member of the investment committee at Carmignac, reacts to last week's meeting of central bankers in Jackson Hole, U.S.
Germany's warning that euro zone policy has stifled reform is getting attention, but the ECB is likely to wait. Michael Ivanovitch says.
Michael Yoshikami, founder and CEO of Destination Wealth Management, reacts to last week's meeting of central bankers at Jackson Hole.
Axel Riedel, head of SPDR ETFs for Germany at State Street Global Advisors, weighs in on last week's convening of central bankers at Jackson Hole, U.S.
If euro-dollar goes above 1.20, look for ECB intervention, says Joerg Kraemer, chief economist, Commerzbank.
Andrew Freris, CEO, Ecognosis Advisory says central bankers at Jackson Hole dodged the tough questions on inflation and asset balances.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said Friday the global recovery is firming up.
U.S. government debt prices were mostly higher on Friday, as investors digested comments from central bankers.
U.S. stocks closed higher on new hopes of tax reform and after speeches by central bank leaders Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi.
Rick Rieder, BlackRock chief investment officer of global fixed income, is keeping an eye on signs of financial stability from Fed Chair Janet Yellen, and whether Mario Draghi will reference the strength of currencies or mention growth in Jackson Hole.
David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff makes the case that Janet Yellen has a tougher job with her speech today at Jackson Hole than Mario Draghi.
Investors are also awaiting European Central Bank President Mario Draghi later in the day, in case he provides any new steer on monetary policy.
The euro soared to its highest level in more than two years after ECB President Mario Draghi did not express concern about a strong euro.
Nicholas Brooks, head of economic and investment research at Intermediate Capital Group, discusses the euro zone economy.
Nicholas Brooks, head of economic and investment research at Intermediate Capital Group, weighs in on his expectations of speeches from Mario Draghi and Janet Yellen at Jackson Hole.
Central bankers are not going to hike interest rates if they don’t think the environment can sustain it, Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at TD Securities, said.
The Fed must do a lot of work to convince skeptical markets rate hikes are coming, said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics.
It will be worth noting what Janet Yellen conveys in what could be one of her final speeches as Fed chair, says Omar Slim of PineBridge Investments.
ECB President Mario Draghi may briefly mention stimulus unwinding at Jackson Hole to confirm it remains a central topic for the bank, says Randy Kroszner, professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
With the euro on the rise against major world currencies, investors may be concerned about how this will weigh on European profits.