European stock markets are once again moving higher, further quelling fears that the entire continent will plunge the world into a second recession. European-focused exchange traded funds (ETFs) are leading the charge, with iShares MSCI Spain (NYSEArca: EWP) up the most at more than 3%. Here are more stories about Europe that may interest you:
- Spain ETF: Was Last Week’s Surge a Recovery Signal?
- Eastern Europe ETFs: Inflows Coming Later?
- Euro ETFs and Jim Rogers
- The Upside of a Strong Dollar ETF
- 6 Reasons Foreign Stock ETFs Aren’t Dead
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