Draghi's Own Words on Rates, Money Markets, Economy

Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks at a news conference in Paris about the decision to keep the benchmark interest rate at a record low of 0.5 percent, the euro-area economy and inflation expectations. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg/European Central Bank)

Markets Await Central Bank Stimulus Decisions
59:25 - Some of the world’s biggest currency traders are betting that the yen can withstand almost anything Haruhiko Kuroda comes up with on Friday. Almost 80 percent of analysts surveyed by Bloomberg forecast Governor Kuroda and his board will expand the record program at their two-day meeting starting Thursday. Traders say policy makers will need to surpass such expectations in order to weaken the currency as it becomes less sensitive to BOJ’s easing, which included the adoption of a negative deposit rate this year. Societe Generale Global Strategist Kit Juckes discusses with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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