Mario Draghi

The European Central Bank pledged on Thursday to cut its large program of bond buying. On the surface that sounds like the beginning of the end of quantitative easing.
President Draghi announced on Thursday that the European Central Bank was going to extend its purchases of assets in 2017 but that the amount of monthly buying would be less than it has been in 2016.
Japanese bond yields have managed to hit a new low. This happened on a day where stocks were selling off after three weeks of gains, so it seems to have helped push down yields in the United States...
Monday may be getting a bit of fresh air from the discussions by the European Central Bank at the European Parliament plenary debate, which was over the ECB Annual Report for 2014.
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi has signaled that the ECB is ready to do more monetary easing measures to keep Europe's economy going.
If there is one thing that central bankers and politicians have proven over and over since the Great Recession, it is that they will do almost whatever they can get away with to steer the economy and...
Will Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve raise rates in mid-2015, or will they push those rate hikes out into later in the year or even into 2016? That is the question that every investor in the...
The European Central Bank has decided to follow the Bank of England by not cutting interest rates.
Thursday is expected to bring word of expanded economic stimulus at the European Central Bank meeting, with the likely timing being early 2015.
New comments from ECB President Mario Draghi hint at additional quantitative easing in Europe -- perhaps sooner rather than later.
The common belief for years has been that interest rates would rise when the Federal Reserve ends its bond buying and starts to raise interest rates.
The European Central Bank recently left interest rates unchanged at its most recent rate policy communication. This was on the heels of the prior cut in rates where Europe is experimenting with a...
The European Central Bank and the Bank of England have now made their decisions on interest rates and rate policy for September.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has now done something most of have never seen before. It has adopted its own quantitative easing method by adopting at least a partial negative rate environment....
If you have watched the stock market, bond market and the economy in general for the past five years or so, it will be no surprise that the world’s economies and financial markets are addicted...