When no one else seemed willing to, China today expressed confidence in Europe’s ability to emerge from its potential financial crisis and said it has no intention of selling its European debt. Naturally, that sent markets and European exchange traded funds (ETFs) soaring. Here are more stories on what’s been happening in Europe that may interest you:
- European Debt Woes Create ETF Winners and Losers
- 6 ETFs That Could Be Hit in a European Banking Crisis
- Spain ETF Gets Hit After Bank Failure
- The Euro ETF Slide: How Low Can It Go?
- Which ETFs Have Euro Exposure?
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