Washington must force European and Asian mercantilists to change their ways through bilateral channels and multilateral forums, writes Dr. Michael Ivanovitch.
David Riley, chief investment strategist at BlueBay Asset Management, said the ECB's tiering measure shows it's taking concerns over negative rates seriously.
Angel Talavera, chief euro zone economist at Oxford Economics, said incoming President Christine Lagarde could help mend some "damaged" relationships at the ECB.
Felix Herrmann, investment strategist at BlackRock, said he's "constructive" on peripheral euro zone government bonds.
Fabio Balboni, senior economist at HSBC, discusses the European Central Bank's latest monetary policy decision.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore and Annette Weisbach discuss key moments in the European Central Bank's history under Mario Draghi's leadership.
Mario Draghi is speaking at his last press conference as president of the European Central Bank.
A tough and uncompromising U.S. approach to its EU trade is in order, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
Mario Draghi fought the headwinds of German-imposed fiscal austerity on sinking euro area economies and led the monetary union to economic recovery.
The latest data on U.S.-China trade indicate that Beijing is not doing what it should to reduce its excessive surpluses by buying more American products, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
The Fed and the ECB should clearly communicate to the general public that monetary policy is only one of the instruments of economic management, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
A prompt and a meaningful decline of U.S. trade deficits with China is an urgent matter of economic policy and national security, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
Large banking institutions face the risk of failure if interest rates in Europe continue to stay negative, warns the global chief economist of the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Looking for stronger economic growth during an election year, Washington should prevent Germany from shrinking the European markets that take a quarter of American exports.
Former European Central Bank (ECB) chief Jean-Claude Trichet condemned attacks on central banks after current President Mario Draghi faced a backlash over the major stimulus package announced Thursday.
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi responds to allegations from U.S. President Donald Trump that the ECB is deliberately depreciating the euro.
CNBC's Steve Liesman joins the "Squawk Box" team to report the on what European Central Bank's Mario Draghi is saying about his decision on interest rates and the world economy.
Guillaume Menuet, lead euro area economist and director of the economics team at Citi Research, discusses the European Central Bank's new stimulus package.
Themos Fiotakis, head of FX and rates strategy at UBS, discusses the European Central Bank's policy and renewed monetary stimulus.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports from Frankfurt after the European Central Bank unveiled a sweeping new stimulus package.