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Will Brexit/Fed’s Hyper-Dovish Shift Push Stocks Over The Top?

June 20th, 2016

investChris Ciovacco:  The Fed radically altered their outlook for interest rates last week, something that may have a significant impact on the stock market in the coming months. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Brexit: Will They Stay Or Will They Go?

June 14th, 2016

british poundChris Ciovacco:  A referendum is being held on Thursday, June 23, to decide whether Britain should leave or remain in the European Union (EU). Read more…

NYSE:DIA, NYSE:IEV, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:VGK

Should You Buy European Stocks On Stimulus Hopes?

February 2nd, 2016

europeBob Ciura:  The U.S. Federal Reserve finally raised interest rates in December for the first time in nearly a decade. This decision was made amid a steadily improving U.S. economy, rising housing market and strong labor market. But in Europe, the situation is nearly the complete opposite. Read more…

NYSE:VGK

The Euro Crisis Is Only Just Beginning

December 15th, 2015

europeHarry Dent:  I’ve been shocked over how much QE and stimulus the central banks have signed on for in the last seven years, but they’re finally starting to reach their limit. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Does QE Make European Equities A Buy?

June 3rd, 2015

europeTyler Laundon:  The Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) policies have acted as a clear catalyst for U.S. equity performance in recent years. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Why European Euphoria Isn’t Likely To Last

January 30th, 2015

europeThe ECB took definitive action against deflation fears with a broad asset purchase program that impressed the markets. Here is a quick analysis of its impact on stocks and bonds beyond the short term. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

ETFs To Buy On The ECB’s Money Printing Program

January 26th, 2015

europeGeorge Leong:  The money printing presses may be dry in the U.S., but they are just being inked up across the Atlantic in the eurozone, where they’re beginning to print easy money in the form of euros. While there are both pros and cons to this move, Read more…

NYSE:EZU, NYSE:IEV

How The ECB’s QE Is About To Send The Most Deflationary Signal Ever

January 20th, 2015

europeTyler Durden: With every passing day, negative 10Y yields across the developed world’s bond market, and not just Switzerland, increasingly appear to be a question of when not if. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

The Eurozone Is Running Out Of Options

January 15th, 2015

europeJim Bach: The euro is falling. And our 2015 euro forecast sees little changing over the next year – and for some time after. Read more…

NYSE:EUO, NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Look For Bargains In The Eurozone

January 13th, 2015

europeLawrence Meyers:  Struggles in Europe provide opportunity, but choose carefully. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

The ECB Will Be A Big Factor In 2015′s First Half

January 12th, 2015

europeSy Harding: The European Central Bank has provided assurances for months that it is ‘monitoring’ economic conditions in the 18-nation euro-zone, and will take aggressive stimulus measures ‘if necessary’. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

The Sign That European Unity Is Fraying

December 16th, 2014

europePeter Krauth: As the European Central Bank (ECB) top brass battle it out on quantitative easing, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Read more…

NYSE:HEDJ, NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Europe: Look For Value, Expect Volatility

December 12th, 2014

europeRuss Koesterich: Greece’s ruling coalition is at risk of losing its grip on power, which sent the country’s stocks and bonds dramatically down. Is this the beginning of another Greek crisis? Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

Does The Euro Zone Have A Future?

December 11th, 2014

europeJon Markman: Do you want to worry about something real, now that everyone is in such a good mood? I suggest worrying about the breakup of the euro zone again. Read more…

NYSE:EUO, NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK

ECB Inflation Expectations Crash; Slashed By Half In Just 9 Months

December 4th, 2014

europeTyler Durden:  Back in March the ECB predicted 2014 inflation would be 1.0%, with prices rising to 1.3% in 2015. Read more…

NYSE:IEV, NYSE:VGK




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