Europe’s “Grand Plan” Gives The Euro Fleeting Support (FXA, FXE, EUO, ULE, URR)

Richard Rittorno: The market is opening slightly down into the new week in a hangover stemming from what is now been dubbed “Europe’s Grand Plan.” The “Grand Plan” to address
NYSE:EUO October 17, 2011 12:44pm

Dollar Demise: China Wants a New Global Reserve Currency Says Strategist

After endless arm-twisting, scores of gloomy forecasts, and a host of ominous threats, the Greeks have finally acted just as their many new masters instructed. Throughout this entire year-long ordeal, made worse by the perpetual mayhem of protesters, the Euro has been the front line for wagering and sentiment prediction, having first plummeted and then
NYSE:DRR July 1, 2011 12:38pm

How To Profit From The Fall of Greece (FXE, UUP)

Kevin McElroy:  First off, I should point out that I do not relish the destruction of Greece. I predict that the fallout from Greek sovereign debt issues will bleed into the lives of regular people who have done nothing wrong except to (perhaps foolishly) place faith in their government and its
NYSE:FXE June 17, 2011 2:24pm

PowerShares, Deutsche Team Up On Leveraged Dollar ETNs (UUPT, UDNT, UUP, UDN, ULE, EUO, DRR, URR)

PowerShares and Deutsche Bank have rolled out two exchange-traded notes that give investors additional options for expressing their outlook on the performance of the U.S. dollar against its
NYSE:UDN May 25, 2011 12:50pm

Friday, May 13, 2011 ETF To Watch: European Union Fund

This week has brought about a great deal of volatility in markets, as data from all across the globe pushes markets back and forth each day. One of the most talked about investments is crude oil,
NYSE:EZU May 13, 2011 9:51am

Dollar ETF: Another Downgrade For Greece

Tim Seymour:  The market should shake off news that Standard & Poor’s has cut its rating on Greek sovereign debt another two notches to B — but watch the collateral effects.
NYSE:EU May 9, 2011 1:49pm

Spanish Auction Is Ominous For The Euro

Traders have seen a material jump in borrowing costs in the debt-plagued countries on the edge of the euro zone. This week, Spain is the focus again.
NYSE:EU April 18, 2011 11:56am

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