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  • China's yuan weakens to 6.9000 per dollar Dec 09, 2016 09:05 AM IST

    China's yuan weakens to 6.9000 per dollar

    The weakness in the yuan followed a rise in the US dollar overnight after the European Central Bank decided to extend its debt-buying programme even as it cut the monthly amount.

  • Go along with the equity rally but be nimble, says Nick Parsons Dec 08, 2016 09:40 PM IST

    Go along with the equity rally but be nimble, says Nick Parsons

    Draghi is giving more of less, and lots of it. However, the clear the key message is 'no taper', says Nick Parson of National Australian Bank.

  • ECB to scale back asset buys as it extends to end-2017 Dec 08, 2016 08:31 PM IST

    ECB to scale back asset buys as it extends to end-2017

    The ECB said it would cut monthly purchases to 60 billion euros from the current 80 billion euros but extend the buys until the end of 2017. Markets had expected purchases to stay at 80 billion but only for 6 more months, suggesting a compromise between hawks and doves in the Governing Council.

  • Euro under the gun, shares hit after Italy votes 'no' on reform Dec 05, 2016 08:44 AM IST

    Euro under the gun, shares hit after Italy votes 'no' on reform

    Renzi's defeat deals a body blow to the European Union already reeling under anti-establishment anger that led to the shock exit of UK from the club in June this year.

  • Sensex, Nifty likely to be cautious post Italian vote referendum Dec 05, 2016 07:55 AM IST

    Sensex, Nifty likely to be cautious post Italian vote referendum

    Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi resigned after suffering a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution.

  • ECB likely to announce 6-mth extension of QE programme next week Dec 02, 2016 02:48 PM IST

    ECB likely to announce 6-mth extension of QE programme next week

    ECB President Mario Draghi said on Wednesday the bank will look at a combination of policy tools when it meets on December 8 and that ultra-easy monetary policy has given governments in the region time for reforms. Those efforts need to be stepped up, he said.

  • European markets open lower as oil prices dip Nov 29, 2016 01:46 PM IST

    European markets open lower as oil prices dip

    OPEC oil producers are preparing for a crucial meeting on Wednesday where they aim to agree on a production cut. However, oil prices are trading lower as investors doubt that a deal will be reached. On Monday, OPEC technical teams reportedly failed to agree on any details for the proposed cuts.

  • ECB seeks to lend out more bonds to avert market freeze: sources Nov 23, 2016 04:20 PM IST

    ECB seeks to lend out more bonds to avert market freeze: sources

    The ECB has bought more than a trillion euros (USD 1.06 trillion) of euro zone government bonds in a bid to shore up economic growth and inflation in the euro zone. For the most part the bank is holding these bonds.

  • ECB fears populist backlash after Trump's win: sources Nov 18, 2016 10:19 PM IST

    ECB fears populist backlash after Trump's win: sources

    Speaking publicly and behind the scenes, ECB officials emphasise any U.S. shift towards protectionism under Trump could hurt the already fragile euro zone economy and pave the way for an even stronger backlash against globalisation and the euro project.

  • ECB must roll back stimulus 'as soon as possible': Yves Mersch Nov 17, 2016 03:13 PM IST

    ECB must roll back stimulus 'as soon as possible': Yves Mersch

    Mersch also warned that the prospect of relaxed fiscal and monetary policies around the world, along with more lenient regulation, as advocated by US President-elect Donald Trump, risked a new financial crisis.

  • Gold steady on subdued stocks, set for second weekly gain Oct 28, 2016 08:08 AM IST

    Gold steady on subdued stocks, set for second weekly gain

    Spot gold was little changed at USD 1,268.31 per ounce at 0111 GMT. The safe-haven asset is up about 0.2 percent so far this week.

  • Euro zone businesses have strongest month this year in Oct: PMI Oct 24, 2016 03:13 PM IST

    Euro zone businesses have strongest month this year in Oct: PMI

    The upturn in both activity and prices will make welcome reading for policymakers at the European Central Bank, who left their ultra-loose policy unchanged last Thursday but kept the door open to more stimulus in December.

  • European stocks up after Draghi's views send euro to 7-mth lows Oct 21, 2016 12:44 PM IST

    European stocks up after Draghi's views send euro to 7-mth lows

    The dollar index was a beneficiary of the euro's slide which occurred in reaction to ECB President Mario Draghi's refusal to given any legs to recent speculation policymakers may opt to begin tapering of the bank's 1.7 trillion-euro asset purchase program in the near-term.

  • China central bank learns lessons as deflates money market risk Oct 21, 2016 11:52 AM IST

    China central bank learns lessons as deflates money market risk

    Once again, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) faces the same problem of too many banks relying on short-term borrowing. But this time, the central bank appears to be deflating the risk with less drama having learnt some lessons from its intervention in 2013.

  • ECB seen firmly on hold, charting course to more easing in Dec Oct 20, 2016 01:20 PM IST

    ECB seen firmly on hold, charting course to more easing in Dec

    Keeping interest rates and an 80-billion-euro per month bond buying programme unchanged, ECB President Mario Draghi will likely emphasize the continued need for monetary stimulus, reinforcing expectations for an extension of the ECB's asset buys beyond its scheduled end next March.

  • Euro zone bks to tighten access to corporate lending: ECB survey Oct 18, 2016 02:01 PM IST

    Euro zone bks to tighten access to corporate lending: ECB survey

    Banks stopped easing credit standards for enterprises in the three months to September and a narrow majority of them expects to tighten them in the current quarter, the ECB's lending survey showed.

  • Inflation in Europe coming, but doubtful if wages will follow Oct 15, 2016 03:23 PM IST

    Inflation in Europe coming, but doubtful if wages will follow

    The European Central Bank (ECB), for example, back in September 2014 was projecting headline inflation of 1.4 percent for the euro zone in 2016. Since then, that figure has come down to 0.2 percent last month. But the downward trend, which observers have become accustomed to, seems to be about to change.

  • Global Economy week ahead: ECB rate meet, Chinese GDP in focus Oct 15, 2016 12:29 PM IST

    Global Economy week ahead: ECB rate meet, Chinese GDP in focus

    China will also be in spotlight in the coming week, reporting third quarter GDP figures on Wednesday, with data likely showing steady growth at 6.7 percent, as increased budget spending and a property boom offset stubbornly weak exports.

  • ECB will do its part for euro zone recovery, Draghi tells IMF Oct 07, 2016 06:32 PM IST

    ECB will do its part for euro zone recovery, Draghi tells IMF

    The ECB has spent over a trillion dollars buying bonds in an effort to boost inflation, a key gauge of economic growth. But inflation rates remain just above zero and are not expected to reach the ECB target for at least two years.

  • See 75 bps rate cut going ahead; like IoC, GAIL: Sanjeev Prasad Oct 07, 2016 10:02 AM IST

    See 75 bps rate cut going ahead; like IoC, GAIL: Sanjeev Prasad

    India‘s macro story looks very good, says Sanjeev Prasad of Kotak Institutional Equities. Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Prasad said that global events are hard to predict.

  • Gold is the ultimate 'anti-bubble' amid falling bond yields Oct 06, 2016 08:07 PM IST

    Gold is the ultimate 'anti-bubble' amid falling bond yields

    Although Diego Parrilla thinks gold prices should stay contained in the short-term, down the track he envisages a "perfect storm" investment thesis that could ultimately end with asymmetric upside for the precious metal.

  • ECB's Ewald Nowotny says Europe not facing new banking crisis Sep 30, 2016 08:20 AM IST

    ECB's Ewald Nowotny says Europe not facing new banking crisis

    During the event, Nowotny described as overblown warnings by some critics that the euro could fail as a currency, and said the problems were with certain member states.

  • 'Rates near bottom even if recovery is disappointing' Sep 23, 2016 02:15 PM IST

    'Rates near bottom even if recovery is disappointing'

    With ECB rates now well into negative territory, the potential for detrimental side effects are increasing as they cut into banking profitability and raise the risk of asset bubbles and market distortions, the policymakers said.

  • China and Brexit pose risks to global growth, says ECB Sep 22, 2016 04:01 PM IST

    China and Brexit pose risks to global growth, says ECB

    Global growth will motor along but the recovery will be gradual and uneven with heightened uncertainty, even as the United States, the world's biggest economy, is expected to recover, the ECB said in a regular economic bulletin.

  • Factory & inflation data, global cues to drive market next week Sep 10, 2016 02:57 PM IST

    Factory & inflation data, global cues to drive market next week

    The week will start with macroeconomic data - July industrial output and retail inflation (CPI) that will be announced on September 12 and WPI on September 14.

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