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Economic “Growth” In Eurozone A Hoax?

europeSasha Cekerevac: Most readers, I’m sure, are aware of how weak the eurozone has been over the past few years. That area has had essentially no economic growth at all for quite some time.
NYSE:VGK November 8, 2013 4:16pm

ETF Stats For September 2013; Launch Activity Remains Soft

etfs etfsRon Rowland: Only six new exchange traded products came to market in September, evenly divided between ETFs and ETNs.  One ETN closure puts the net increase at five for the month.  The year-to-date figures for the first nine months of the year
NYSE:DWAS October 7, 2013 1:13pm

Has Hope Run Out For Eurozone ETFs?

europe: The economic slowdown in the eurozone continues to take a toll on the global economy. It’s causing major economies like China to suffer severely due to anemic demand. Sadly, looking ahead, there’s really no light at the end
NYSE:EPV June 21, 2013 12:12pm

ProShares Switches Index For An Ultra Bull and Ultra Bear Europe ETF

prosharesProShares is easily the most popular purveyor of leveraged and inverse ETFs. The company has 130 such funds in total, and all of its top ten products are utilizing some form of leverage or are following
NYSE:EPV April 18, 2013 6:18pm

The Anti-Austerity and Anti-Europe Movement Is Growing In Italy: ProShares UltraShort MSCI Europe ETF

europeTom Essaye: I’m surprised how quickly tensions have calmed regarding Italy’s election results last week. Whenever the market reacts differently than I expect, I always try to find out why. That way I can judge whether the market’s reaction signals a trend change or a short-sighted move by traders.
NYSE:EPV March 7, 2013 2:14pm

Why Eurozone’s Problems Are Headed For America: Vanguard MSCI Europe ETF, ProShares UltraShort MSCI Europe ETF

europeGeorge Leong: It’s more of the same overseas in Europe. When you have 17 different countries with their own political and economic systems come together to form the eurozone, you know there will be problems. The concept of the euro makes sense—to allow the seamless flow of goods and
NYSE:EPV March 1, 2013 2:14pm

How To Play The ECB’s Latest Surprise Move (EPV)

Tom Essaye: One of the most watched events last week was the European Central Bank’s (ECB) interest rate and monetary policy decision. And while it met most of the market’s expectations, it wasn’t without surprises.
NYSE:EPV July 11, 2012 10:10am

18 Signs That The Banking Crisis In Europe Has Just Gone From Bad To Worse (EPV, UUP, VGK, EWI, FXE, EUO)

Michael Snyder: With each passing day, the banking crisis in Europe escalates.  European banks (NYSEARCA:EUFN) are having their credit ratings downgraded in waves, bond yields are soaring and billions of euros are being pulled out of banks all across the eurozone. 
NYSE:EPV May 18, 2012 10:10am

Europe: Playing A Euro Zone Double-Dip With These ETFs (EUO, EPV, EWP, DPK, EFZ, DRR)

Daniela Pylypczak: To say the least, the world economy has had a bumpy ride since the onslaught of the unprecedented financial crisis that rocked the world in 2008. Despite several glimmers of hope in the U.S.’s ability to bounce back, Euro
NYSE:DPK May 13, 2012 10:22pm

Bailout 2.0: What Even More Austerity Means For The Euro Zone (EWG, VGK, EUO, EPV, IEV)

Monty Agarwal:  A 10-page document prepared by analysts in the so-called “troika” of international lenders (the European Central Bank, European Commission and International Monetary Fund) — marked “strictly confidential” and dated Feb. 15 — was meant for only the top brass of the troika.

NYSE:EUO March 2, 2012 3:15pm

20 Signs That Europe Is Plunging Into A Full-Blown Economic Depression (VGK, IEV, EPV, EWP, EWI, EUO, EWG)

Michael Snyder: An economic nightmare is descending on Europe.  With each passing month, the economic numbers across Europe get even worse.  At this point it is becoming extremely difficult for
NYSE:EPV January 30, 2012 7:19pm

Is Europe Throwing Us Into A 1930s Moment? (EUO, VGK, EPV, IEV)

Tom Essaye: The market has been watching Europe (NYSEArca:VGK), particularly the fact that (as of this writing) a deal still hasn’t been struck between the Greek government, the Troika (the ECB, IMF, and euro-zone leaders), and private holders of Greek debt (bankers, hedge funds, and sovereign wealth
NYSE:EPV January 25, 2012 12:12pm

Europe: They Are Actually Going To Let Greece Default? (VGK, EWG, EWI, FXE, IEV, EPV, EUO)

Michael Snyder: I wish that I had an "aha moment" to share with you today, but instead all I have is an "ack moment" to share.  As I was analyzing all of the info coming out of Europe (NYSEARCA:VGK) in recent days, I came to the following realization: "Ack! They are actually going to let Greece default!"
NYSE:EPV January 20, 2012 12:12pm

Look Out Below: The Euro Continues To Be A Dying Currency (FXE, EUO, VGK, EWG, EPV, IEV, EWI)

Michael Snyder: The euro (NYSEARCA:FXE) is a dying currency.  On Thursday, the EUR/USD fell below 1.28 for the first time since September 2010.  In fact, as I write this the EUR/USD is sitting at 1.2791.  Back in July, the EUR/USD was over 1.45.  But this is just the beginning.  The euro
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