9am CET/8am GMT: Discussion on the ending of America’s quantitative easing programme; with Christine Lagarde, Santander chief Ana Botin, Gary Cohn of Goldman Sachs, Ray Dalio of Bridgewater, and former US Treasury chief Larry Summers
10.15am CET: Debate on European growth, with German vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, Irish leader Enda Kenny, Dutch PM Mark Rutte and Finland’s PM Alex Stubbe.
10.30am CET: Unicef press conference on growth and inequality, including former UK PM Gordon Brown
11.30am CET: Egypt’s president Sisi is speaking
12.30pm CET: Debate on pandemics such as ebola, including UN secretary general Kofi Annan
1.45pm CET: ECB ANNOUNCEMENT
2.15pm CET: Angela Merkel’s special address to Davos
2.30pm CET: Mario Draghi’s press conference begins in Frankfurt
4.45pm CET: How can tech firms retain our trust? Including Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, and Vodafone chief Vittoria Colao.
5.45pm CET: Future of the Digital Economy, including Microsoft chief Satya Nadella, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, and Eric Schmidt of Google