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And the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has pledged to get inflation back to its target rate of 2% within two years.
And Jimmy Choo has defied fears of a slowdown in China and reported a 12% jump in sales - boosted by demand from Asia.
'The man who broke the Bank of England' says he will stop running money to focus on 'political philanthropy'.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Ashtead and Balfour Beatty.
Financial firms led gains boosted by the central bank’s QE announcement, as the S&P 500 financials ticked up 2.6%.
The euro tumbled against currencies around the world after the central bank launched a €1.1 trillion money-printing programme to kick-start the moribund economy.
The European Central Bank has launched a huge €1.1 trillion 'quantitative easing' bond buying programme. Here's how it works.
European Central Bank will plough €60 billion into eurozone every month.
The government is rolling out a pensions 'guidance' service. Experts say it will be helpful but nowhere near as good as taking professional advice.
James Carthew looks at some of 2014's worst-performing trusts and assesses their prospects for this year.
National Savings and Investments has experienced further trouble after charging some customers twice for pensioner bond deposits.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Halfords and Domino's Pizza.
Energy shares were the day's best performers amid a 2.8% gain in the price of US crude futures.
And eBay is planning to axe about 2,400 positions and sell or list its substantial enterprise division.
Monetary policy committee once again united against rate rise, raising prospect rates could be kept on hold throughout the year.
FTSE 100 closes 108 points higher on reports of €50 billion-a-month quantitative easing in the eurozone.