By simultaneously taming the hawks and satisfying the doves, all the while lowering government bond rates and clipping gains for the euro, ECB President Mario Draghi proves once agian that he's the world's most talented central banker.
Eurozone inflation backtracked to the slowest pace since August of last year, fresh data from the region's statistics office showed Thursday, raising fresh questions as to whether the European Central Bank can exit its controverisal $3 trililon quantitative easing program.
China may have played an early card in this week's trade summit with the United States as officials pegged the yuan at the lowest levels against the greenback in more than three months as the country's trade surplus swells to $58.25 billion.
Amid easing trade war tensions, Chinese leader hints at reforms, advocates economic integration.
Your last trip may have cost more because travel fraud is on the rise.
Gold could benefit from a weak U.S. dollar.
With inflation running at its fastest pace in a year and Fed officials citing tight labor markets, Friday's non-farm payroll report has the potential to trigger another wild day on Wall Street.
ECB President Mario Draghi called unilateral decisions on trade tariffs "dangerous" and said disputes could hit Eurozone growth, but noted the immediate impact "in not going to be that big".
The ECB may have dropped its first hint as it moves towards normalising interest rates in the world's biggest economic bloc after removing a portion of its promise to increase the pace and size of its quantitative easing program in a statement published Thursday.
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