Euro exchange traded funds (ETFs) are in focus this morning ahead of a meeting by the Committee of European Banking Supervisors, which was expected to detail plans for a eurozone-wide “stress test.” The euro has paused against the U.S. dollar on both this news, as well as disappointing manufacturing numbers from Germany. Here are more stories about the euro and the eurozone you might find interesting:
- Euro ETFs and Jim Rogers: Time to Buy?
- ETFs for a Greek Tragedy
- Currency ETFs: A Simpler Option
- Euro ETFs: What’s Next?
- 3 Things Moving Europe ETFs
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