Global shares mixed as Asia rally sputters in Europe - Financial Post

FILE - This July 15, 2013, file photo, shows the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are rising, Wednesday, June 28, 2017, as continued gains in bond yields and interest rates give banks and financial companies another lift. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File).

ECB's Forum Of Central Bankers Update: Policy Makers Don't Disappoint As Volatility Abounds - Exchange Rates UK

Wednesday's plethora of Central Bank risk lived up to expectations as big moves were seen from the CAD and GBP as they reacted to hawkish hints from their respective governors at the forum in Sintra, Portugal. The Canadian Dollar was buoyed across the ...

Best Euro To Dollar Exchange Rate Of 2017 Seen For EUR Buyers, Next Up 1.1570 - Exchange Rates UK

"The euro (EUR) rally has come early. Our expectation for EURUSD to rise towards 1.19 next year has been met with some scepticism regarding the magnitude of the move" notes analyst Hans W Redeker at Morgan Stanley. "Long term investors who have ...

Asian stocks close higher with central banks in spotlight; Kospi hits over 2400 - CNBC

ECB President Mario Draghi's comments had been misinterpreted, sources said. Despite that, the euro traded higher for a third straight session. South Korea's benchmark Kospi index crossed the 2,400 level briefly on Thursday after opening at a record level.

EU inequality a threat requiring education and jobs - Irish Times

It sounded strange coming from a banker, not just any banker, but a central banker. However, European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi's message was indeed that Europe's growing inequality was a danger and a threat to social order. It needed ...

Draghi gets backing in argument over how to best spur reforms - Malay Mail Online

Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), addresses the media during the ECB's monthly news conference in Frankfurt, September 4, 2014. — Reuters picZURICH, June 29 — Mario Draghi is going to like this one. A study being released ...

Euro hits year-high against dollar; US stocks bounce - Inquirer.net

NEW YORK, United States — The euro extended its run higher against the dollar Wednesday, hitting a one-year high, while tech and bank stocks helped Wall Street reverse a sell-off in the prior session. The euro rose close to the key $1.14 level ...

Wall Street rebounds as central bank comments, Trump healthcare legislation stalls - ABC Online

Banking and technology stocks led a strong rally overnight, with the S&P 500 Index recording its best one-day percentage gain in about two months. Markets at 7:15am (AEST):. ASX SPI 200 futures +0.57pc to 5,731; AUD: 76.39 US cents, 59.05 British pence ...

Graphic - Trump, Draghi, Fed doubts: is the dollar rally done? - Forex Factory

If shifts in major banks' currency views are anything to go by, Tuesday's speech by European Central Bank Governor Mario Draghi may mark an early end to the dollar's third big rally since the late 1970s. Barclays and Deutsche Bank, along with Goldman ...

Forexlive Americas FX news wrap: ECB's Draghi retracts hawkish comment. Carney turns more hawkish. Dollar down. - ForexLive

Spot gold is up $2.80 or +0.23% to $1250; WTI crude oil is up $0.56 at $44.81; US yields are mixed. The 2 year is down about 2 bp to 1.3493%. The 5 year is up 0.5 bp to 1.817%. The 10 year is up 2 bp to 2.2261%. The 30 year is up 2.6 bp to 2.778% ...

Wall Street stocks surge as banks, tech sectors spark rebound - Reuters

Wall Street stock rallied sharply on Wednesday, with the benchmark S&P 500 index scoring its biggest one-day percentage gain in about two months, as financial and technology stocks led a broad market rebound. The Nasdaq posted its best session since ...

Dollar falls as ECB, BOE turn hawkish; banks lead stocks up - Reuters

NEW YORK The euro hit a one-year high against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday and the British pound rallied on bets that Europe's and Britain's central banks are preparing to scale back monetary stimulus, while bank stocks led a rebound on Wall Street.

Euro surges on bets of stimulus scaleback in EU - The Straits Times

LONDON • The euro hit a one-year high yesterday and government bond yields continued to rise, as bets grew that the European Central Bank (ECB) is readying to scale back its €2 trillion (S$3.2 trillion) stimulus programme. ECB chief Mario Draghi, at a ...

European bonds rebound as ECB official say markets misjudged Draghi - MarketWatch

Investors returned to purchase eurozone government bonds Wednesday, after a day of heavy selling for debt in the economic bloc after a senior European Central Bank official said market participants had misinterpreted ECB President Mario Draghi's ...

Dollar index continues to drop after weak US data - Nasdaq

Investing.com - The dollar continued to drop and reached a fresh eight-month low against the other major currencies on Wednesday, after the release of disappointing U.S. housing sector data and as U.S. political concerns continued to weigh. EUR/USD ...

S&P 500 posts biggest 1-day gain in 2 months after banks surge - CNBC

Bank stocks climbed 1.4 percent to lead the broader market higher ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve's stress test results. Stocks also jumped after the European Central Bank tried to walk back remarks made by ECB President Mario Draghi a day ...

Europe markets end lower; euro surges to new high - Gulf Times

European stock markets were lower yesterday, mirroring falls across Asia. In London, the FTSE 100 closed down 0.6% at 7,387.80 points; Paris — CAC 40 fell 0.1% at 5,252.90 points and Frankfurt — DAX 30 ended down 0.2% at 12,647.27 points yesterday.

Correction: Google-Europe story - Chico Enterprise-Record

BRUSSELS (AP) — In a story June 27 about European regulators' $2.7 billion fine against Google, The Associated Press, relying on incorrect information from a press representative, misspelled the name of an antitrust expert at Georgetown. He is Larry ...

What happened to Mario Draghi's silver tongue? - MarketWatch

For a guy with a reputation as the master of the usually subtle art of central-bank jawboning, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi had a rough 24 hours. Draghi provided some of the few fireworks in an otherwise placid global market environment ...

Forex - Euro off 1-year highs as ECB says market misjudged Draghi - Nasdaq

Investing.com - The euro reversed gains on Wednesday, retreating from one-year highs after the European Central Bank said the market misinterpreted remarks by President Mario Draghi a day earlier. EUR/USD was at 1.1327 by 12.51 GMT (08.51 ET) after ...