It took less than 90 minutes for the euro to reverse all of the decline sparked by the European Central Bank’s package of monetary stimulus.
Dramatic action by the European Central Bank is raising questions about how far the Federal Reserve can diverge from its peers.
Brazil’s stocks and currency rose on Thursday, extending a recent rally fueled by hopes of political change after prosecutors charged former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a money laundering investigation.
Oil prices jumped on Friday supported by fresh investment and a strong yuan, which makes fuel cheaper for Chinese importers, but analysts warned that any price rally was pre-mature as a global glut remained in place.
Mexico’s central bank is pleased with the results of its surprise interest rate hike and new currency intervention policy and is prepared to act again “if necessary,” central bank Governor Agustin Carstens said on Thursday.
As northeastern Japan continues rebuilding from the devastation of five years ago, the nation’s economy remains stuck between deflationary malaise and robust growth.
There’s a specter haunting stock traders in Istanbul that some are calling “the dude.”
Vanguard the asset manager and high-speed trader Virtu Financial are among a group of financial industry heavyweights urging the US Securities and Exchange Commission to help avoid a repeat of the chaotic trading that rocked markets last August.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency weighs first charter request from virtual-currency firm, plans to release white paper on fintech
U.S. options exchanges, already hard pressed to revive declining volumes, face a new threat from regulatory changes that could restrict the use of options in retirement accounts, which until now have been a growing part of the industry.
Deutsche Bank AG, which runs Europe’s biggest investment bank, cut its bonus pool by 17 percent at constant exchange rates as co-Chief Executive Officer John Cryan pushes employees to help shoulder the company’s rising legal expenses.
Icap has announced the release of two new products aimed at buy side users.
Bloomberg announced the latest addition to its regulatory and accounting products suite this week, unveiling a new Liquidity Assessment Tool (LQA) that makes use of machine learning to estimate liquidity risk.
The world’s largest asset manager has hired a former banking regulator as it bulks up an advisory unit that works with large banks, insurers and other financial institutions.
Brokerage firm FXCM has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Leucadia National to extend the firms’ credit agreement for another year to enable FXCM to “optimise remaining asset sales”.
Aspect Capital has acquired Auriel Capital Management and hired the team behind it. Asif Noor and Anoosh Lachin who founded Auriel in 2004, have joined Aspect to develop systematic global macro and currency strategies.
Whether Mario Draghi’s latest barrage of stimulus works or not, the European Central Bank president made one thing clear on Thursday: he won’t be the one to clean up afterward.
Even central bankers can learn from their past mistakes. The package of measures unveiled on Thursday by the European Central Bank is an intelligent response to the criticisms levelled against it for the debacle of its previous, underwhelming easing in December, and against the Bank of Japan for its misguided experiment with negative rates last month.
Australia’s dollar strengthened with South Africa’s rand and Canada’s loonie after China’s central bank boosted its fixing for the yuan by the most in four months, spurring demand for currencies linked to commodities.
Oil prices may have passed their lowest point as shrinking supplies outside OPEC and disruptions inside the group erode the global surplus, the International Energy Agency said.
Thomson Reuters has consolidated 10 different financial desktop applications onto its Eikon platform.
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