Greek Banks Get Shut Down For A Week And A ‘Grexit’ Is Now Probable [Dow Jones Industrial Average 2 Minute]

greeceIs this the beginning of the end for the eurozone?  For years, European officials have been trying to “fix Greece”, but nothing has worked.  Now a worst case scenario is rapidly unfolding, and a “Grexit” has become more likely than not. 
NYSE:DIA June 29, 2015 12:29pm

What Happens When Greece Defaults? [Global X Funds, Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF]

greeceJim Bach: What happens when Greece defaults?
NYSE:GREK June 24, 2015 3:06pm

Grexit: Remaining In The Eurozone Is No Longer ‘The Base Case’ For Greece

greeceAccording to the Wall Street Journal, Greece staying in the eurozone is no longer “the base case” for European officials, and one even told the Journal that “literally nothing has been achieved” in negotiations
NYSE:EUO April 21, 2015 9:18pm

The Beginning Of The End For The Euro

europeThe long-anticipated collapse of the euro is here. When European Central Bank president Mario Draghi unveiled an open-ended quantitative easing program worth at least 60 billion euros a month on Thursday, stocks soared
NYSE:EUO January 22, 2015 11:26pm

Nasdaq Drop Is A Major Buying Opportunity [Facebook Inc, Tesla Motors Inc,, Inc., Twitter Inc, LinkedIn Corp]

nasdaqJon Markman: Stocks have been under pressure in the past couple of weeks over concerns that central banks around the world are backing away from their commitment to monetary stimulus at a time when the global economy has still not sufficiently
NASDAQ:QQQ April 15, 2014 10:38am

Stay Hedged With Precious Metals Against Geopolitical Tensions and Monetary Policies [SPDR Gold Trust (ETF), iShares Silver Trust (ETF)]

gold and silver: It has been slightly more than two weeks since the price of gold soared to over $1380 an ounce on due to tensions between the US, Europe and Russia over Crimea. As to be expected the event did not escalate into a major global war
NYSE:GLD April 8, 2014 2:45pm

Euro ETF Impact On Surprise ECB Rate Cut

europeThe European Central Bank (ECB) surprised the global market on Thursday with its decision to cut its interest rates. The bank slashed its benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point to a record low 0.25% in order to support Euro zone growth.
NYSE:ERO November 11, 2013 3:31pm

Two Unresolved Issues Challenging The Case For European Stocks

europeInvestors appear to be embracing Europe again. Flows into the region have increased in recent months on signs the eurozone economy is stabilizing. And as I wrote last month, I now believe that investors underweight European equities should raise
NYSE:FXE September 12, 2013 4:15pm

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 12:07pm

ECB Bond-Buying: The Rape of Europe Continues

Jeff Nielson: In the summer of 2011, I wrote a four-part series entitled Economic Rape of Europe Nearly Complete”. In that extended piece; I detailed how the combination of three malevolent forces was decimating the economies of Europe one-by-one.
NYSE:IEV November 12, 2012 3:15pm

World Reserve Currency: Why The U.S. Dollar Is Under Attack

Michael Snyder: Most Americans have no idea what a tremendous advantage the United States possesses by having the primary reserve currency of the world,
NYSE:AGQ October 7, 2012 10:16am

SPDR Gold ETF Technicals Point To More Upside (GLD)

Christian Magoon: The SPDR Gold Trust (NYSEARCA:GLD), has been on a roll lately as the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, China and even the Bank of Japan have announced new liquidity moves over the last few months. Here’s the GLD performance breakdown
NYSE:GLD September 25, 2012 12:13pm

QE4? Why The Wall Street Banks Will Still Want More

QE3 has barely even started and some folks on Wall Street are already clamoring for QE4.  In fact, as you will read below, one equity strategist at Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS)
NYSE:FAZ September 24, 2012 10:47pm

Investing In Dividend ETFs: Want Super Yield? Try These (SDIV, DWX, BP, PG, REM, NLY, AGNC, CIM)

Money Morning Staff: With the U.S. Federal Reserve intent on keeping interest rates low until at least late 2014, investing in dividend ETFs (exchange-traded funds) is necessary for income investors who are all but forced to consider asset classes

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