The euro has taken a wild ride in Thursday trading, hitting an 11-year low on the news that the European Central Bank will begin its bond-buying program next week.
What a week for Mark Cuban. Fresh off being tapped for the role of the president alongside Ann Coulter in the upcoming blockbuster �Sharknado 3,� the brash billionaire's bearish forecast has landed him a spot in MarketWatch's call of the day.
According to a statement made by the Commerce Department on Thursday March 5, for a sixth month in a row, the orders placed to U.S.
Daniel Tarullo, governor of the U.S. Federal Reserve, is the official most closely identified with the central bank's stress-test policies.
So far this year, at least 19 countries have cut their official central bank interest rates. The Federal Reserve, however, seems on track to raise its benchmark rate later this year.