European Stocks Quiet as 2018 Looms-One of the most compelling stories in the exchange traded funds space in 2017 is investors' affinity for ex-US developed markets funds. That includes Europe ETFs as well. Meanwhile, macroeconomic
Euro ETFs Continue Defying Skeptics-Even amid calls for the common currency to pullback, the CurrencyShares Euro Currency Trust (NYSEArca: FXE), which tracks the euro’s price movements against the dollar, continues defying skeptics. FXE has traded
Investors Should Look to International ETFs in Q4-Despite the rebound in global equities this year, international stocks and related ETFs still look attractive relative to the high-flying U.S. markets. "Relatively attractive valuations, ongoing easy monetary conditions and
Europe ETF Investors Refocus on Steady Growth-Europe ETFs have been detracted by political risk over the past year, but with a steadier political environment, investors can look to steady growth outlook. "We see a steadier Eurozone
Why Europe ETFs Are Still in Play-Many have turned to international equities to access relatively inexpensive markets as compared to the U.S., with many looking at Europe-related exchange traded funds to gain exposure to improving fundamentals
Europe ETF Investors Grow More Discerning-In light of a potential headache from a protracted Brexit negotiation, exchange traded fund investors seeking Europe exposure have turned to options that specifically exclude United Kingdom exposure. The "Europe
Why It’s a Good Time to Consider Europe ETFs-Investors are taking a closer look at European markets and country-specific exchange traded funds as growth and abating political risks across Europe help improve traders' outlook. "It feels like it’s
Europe ETFs Appeal To Bargain Hunters-One of the biggest reasons U.S. investors are revisiting Europe exchange traded funds this year is valuations. As in European equities look inexpensive when measured against increasingly pricey U.S. stocks.
Europe ETFs Could be Poised to Deliver-European equity markets have lagged the U.S. for a lengthy stretch, but even amid potential Eurozone political volatility, some market observers believe Europe could be a desirable developed market destination
Assessing the Case for Europe ETFs-Eurozone stocks and the related exchange traded funds have been impressive performers this year. For example, the iShares MSCI EMU ETF (NYSEArca: EZU) and SPDR EURO STOXX 50 (NYSEArca: FEZ)
Most Popular & Most Hated ETFs of 2016-The year 2016 has been filled with great oscillations as investors were taken on a wild ride, with some markets and exchange traded fund standing out from the rest. There
Europe ETFs Could Shine Next Year-European stocks and the corresponding exchange traded funds have, for much of 2016, been disappointments, but some market observers believe with the euro poised to weaken and the dollar gaining
Europe ETFs Could Finally be Ready to Deliver-Europe exchange traded funds have been vexing investors for most of this year, but with the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting next week, there is a potential catalyst to finally
Brexit Opens Opportunity for Europe ETFs-European markets were among the most heavily sold in the wake of the U.K.'s referendum vote. However, the Brexit sell-off may have opened up an opportunity for long-term investors to
16 Europe ETFs to Hedge Foreign Exchange Risks-With the U.S. dollar rebounding and European markets recovering, exchange traded fund investors may want to consider a currency-hedged strategy to capture the gains while mitigating the negative effects of
Japan, Europe ETFs Climb Above Long-Term Trend-After lagging behind other markets for most of the year, Japanese and Eurozone related exchange traded funds are gaining momentum and broke back above their long-term trend lines. Over the
ETF Investors Are Warming up to Emerging Markets-After underperforming the developed economies for years, emerging markets are roaring back, and exchange traded fund investors have taken notice. The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (NYSEArca: EEM) was the
Europe ETF Investors Aren’t Convinced of the Rally-Despite almost clawing back most of the losses from earlier this year, Europe region-specific exchange traded funds remain one of the most unloved investment themes. Investors continue to dump European
Europe ETFs Boosted as Euro Currency Depreciates-Depreciating Euro currency helps Eurozone ETFs Stronger-than-expected U.S. manufacturing data send euro currency to one-month low against the U.S. dollar BMW among auto stocks that jumped thanks to depreciating euro Eurozone
Currency Hedged Europe ETFs Get Good News-With global volatility threatening the Eurozone economic recovery, the European Central Bank could be forced to enact more aggressive measures, potentially lifting Europe-related exchange traded funds. ECB president Mario Draghi
Getting Bullish on Europe with ETFs-Global equity markets are tumbling to start 2016, forcing investors to revisit safe-haven investments while ditching riskier assets. However, that does not mean developed markets equities are not offering opportunity.
Europe, Japan ETFs for Diversification-With the U.S. equities market expected to slow down this year, exchange traded fund investors may want to look to overseas markets, like the Eurozone or Japan. Citi strategists downgraded
Europe ETFs Help Diversify an Investment Portfolio-European stocks and region-specific exchange traded funds were among the best international markets as the European Central Bank's loose monetary policies added to the early year rally. Eurozone equities were
Major ETF Trends of 2015-After a Federal Reserve-induced multi-year rally in equities, exchange traded fund investors pulled out of U.S. stocks and shifted into international markets where people may still find more attractive valuations.