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European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi keeps calm on Brexit as interest rates remain unchanged

This is Money - ‎22.07.2016‎
ECB president Mario Draghi said markets had displayed 'courage and resilience' since the result. The decision will be seized on by backers of Britain's decision to quit the European Union as more evidence that scaremongering before the vote was overdone.

How Market Strategists Got 2016 Right and Wrong at the Same Time

Bloomberg - ‎21.07.2016‎
The problem is, mostly correct has been pretty much wrong when it comes to calling markets, another example of the near impossibility of making accurate price predictions in a world dominated by central-bank stimulus, subzero bond yields and tepid ...
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FTSE LIVE: Footsie stays lower as ECB holds its monetary policy steady

This is Money - ‎21.07.2016‎
By This Is Money Market Reporters ... The FTSE 100 Index was 29.1 points lower at 6699.89 after ECB president Mario Draghi said Britain's exit from the European Union had weakened the eurozone's outlook as the Bank kept interest rates on hold. ... 15 ...
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Eyes on Fed, BOJ, Europe's bank stress test

Moneycontrol.com - ‎23.07.2016‎
As they wait for political reassurances and greater clarity over the likely impact of the move, central banks have mostly avoided action since Britain's June 23 referendum, calming jittery markets with verbal assurances but leaving the burden on ...
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Draghi to ask governments to chip in to counter Brexit fallout

Reuters - ‎17.07.2016‎
FRANKFURT European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is likely to plead for governments to do more to boost the euro zone's economy in the coming week as the fallout of Britain's vote to leave the EU and weaker global growth threaten the bloc's ...
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Brexit Bulletin: Is Britain on the Edge of Recession?

Bloomberg - ‎20.07.2016‎
BOE policy maker Kristin Forbes nevertheless wrote in Thursday's Daily Telegraph that there's no need to speed aid, citing a moderation of the immediate market turmoil, calm consumers and “quite solid” growth before the referendum. ... Update at 12.15 ...

The Next “Lehman Moment”… Coming in 2017?

Daily Reckoning - ‎20.07.2016‎
And more than $2 trillion of global stock market value was wiped out. But the central ... European Central Bank head Mario Draghi said the ECB was “ready for all contingencies” after the Brexit referendum. And Fed .... Sure, they may try “helicopter money.
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ECB keeps policy steady, sees Brexit initially contained

gulfnews.com - ‎21.07.2016‎
FRANKFURT: The European Central Bank kept its interest rates and policy plans unchanged on Thursday and said the immediate stress caused to markets by Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union had been contained. ECB President Mario Draghi said ...

Helicopters will not be used

EveryInvestor - ‎21.07.2016‎
Markets are gearing themselves up for the ECB's decision this afternoon, although given the crashing let-down from Mark Carney last week this time round most investors are not looking to get too excited. Nonetheless the relatively shallow pullback seen ...

Mid-Day Report: Euro Mildly Lower as ECB Stands Pat, Open to Further Easing

Action Forex - ‎21.07.2016‎
ECB president Mario Draghi said in the post meeting press conference that Brexit added to "headwinds" for the Eurozone economy.
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What Subbarao enjoys post-RBI? He can speak without market fear

Economic Times - ‎15.07.2016‎
Similarly, when the collapse of the euro seemed imminent, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's famous words in April 2012 that the central bank would do 'whatever it takes' did more to save the euro than all the euro area leaders' exhausting ...
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U.K. Stocks Offer Safest Returns in Europe After Brexit: Chart

Bloomberg - ‎12.07.2016‎
A rally in the U.K.'s FTSE 100 Index since Brexit is not just the best absolute return among 18 developed markets in Europe, but also the safest when price swings are taken into account, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

When The Future Becomes Today

Financial Advisor Magazine (registration) - ‎11.07.2016‎
The efficient market advocates are correct when they note that we can't predict the future. However, they're wrong to say ... More sanguine observers note that because it is relatively free from political considerations, the BIS can speak about ...

Central Banks Playing Chutes and Ladders

ETF Trends - ‎12.07.2016‎
... are pretty close to 50/50. In the Fed's game, more chutes seem appear everyday instead of ladders to climb to normalized rates.
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