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‘Bond King’ Jeff Gundlach says the Fed may start expanding its balance sheet after injecting $128 billion into markets

Expanding the balance sheet is a way of "baby stepping" into quantitative easing, Gundlach said on Tuesday.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

The ‘three most dangerous words’ on Wall Street keep coming up. Stock-market bulls should be worried.

More equity analysts are sounding the alarm about the inversion of the 10-year and three-month treasury yields, joining with bond analysts.
Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank (ECB) waits for the start of the European Banking Congress in the Old Opera house in Frankfurt, November 21, 2014.

European Central Bank leaves policy on hold as it winds down to its summer vacation

"As long as the trade tensions do not escalate into an outright trade war, we see no reason for the ECB to change its June guidance," Berenberg economist Florian Hense said.
ECB President Draghi waits to address EU Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee in Brussels

Euro slides after ECB says it will end its 2.5 trillion euro bond-buying program

The euro slid versus the dollar Thursday after the European Central Bank said it would end its €2.5 trillion bond-buying program at the end of the year and expects to keep rates steady through next summer.

The European Central Bank just called time on its $3 trillion stimulus program

The European Central Bank has been buying bonds for several years, but it's about to stop, and it's a huge moment for global markets.

The euro jumped above $1.25 to a fresh 3-year high after the ECB’s first meeting of 2018

The ECB announced its latest monetary policy decisions at 12.45 p.m. GMT.
A trader reacting to the wacky, wild September jobs report.

The ‘mother of all causes’ for the record-setting stock market is also everyone’s biggest fear

The stock market's record-setting rally has been driven by unprecedented monetary stimulus. Now we enter a crucial period to see how it will fare without it.
Mike Ryan, CIO of UBS Wealth Management Americas, manages approximately $1.1 trillion.

What keeps a $1.1 trillion money manager awake at night

"Vatican City's the only place that claims infallibility. Central Bankers do not have that, nor do they claim it," Mike Ryan, CIO of UBS Wealth Management Americas, told Business Insider.

Here’s what to expect as the ECB returns from its summer break

Unless the heads of eurozone central banks have had some serious changes of heart over August, none of the bank's core policies will change.