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ECB Pays European Banks 1% To Give Them €174 Billion
Today 21:04 EDT
Today was one of those iconic days that defines the new centrally-planned paranormal, whereas a result of such monetary abortions as negative rates, the ECB pays European banks to give them money.
Dollar Demand Picks Up Into Wednesday
September 23, 2020
There’s been a lot of talk of recent US Dollar demand being driven off Fed Evans comments, after the central banker talked about the possibility of raising rates before inflation starts averaging 2%.
Eurozone consumer confidence ticked up further in September
September 22, 2020
Slowly but surely, consumer confidence is on the up. After a quick rebound in the first months of reopening and a reality check in July, it ticked up in both August and September.
'Fast Money Halftime Report' Picks For September 16
September 16, 2020
On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," Liz Young suggested that investors should consider buying iShares MSCI Eurozone ETF (AMEX: ...
Nasdaq 100, S&P 500 Index May Rise Ahead Of FOMC Rate Decision
September 14, 2020
The upcoming FOMC meeting could define the near-term outlook for US market indices, as the Fed is expected to provide its updated Summary of Economic Projections and show how it will implement its...
Euro ETF Strengthens After ECB Chief Reveals Optimistic Outlook
September 10, 2020
A euro-related exchange traded fund strengthened Thursday after European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde provided an optimistic outlook on the eurozone’s economic recovery and the bloc’s...
Buy on the Dip Prospects: September 9 Edition
September 09, 2020
Here is a look at ETFs that currently offer attractive short buying opportunities. The ETFs included in this list are rated as buy candidates for two reasons. First, each of these funds is deemed to be...
A Historic Decline Explained
September 08, 2020
The decline in the second quarter was revised to -11.8% from a previous estimate of -12.1%. Domestic lockdowns were the dominant theme and the reopening has been driving a rebound that will be visible...
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FTSE Extends Recovery
September 08, 2020
The FTSE is opening on the front foot, adding to yesterday’s impressive gains after upbeat risk sentiment and a sliding Pound helped lift the index 2.3%. Sentiment looks set to remain steady for now,...
Monthly Market Monitor – August 2020
September 07, 2020
US stocks surged over the last month, with growth indices leaving their value counterparts in the dust… again.
ECB preview: Another communication test
September 03, 2020
While much of the world takes to mask-wearing more out of a social and health consciousness "most people are on board" type attitude, the government of Germany has announced fines as punishment for...
Switzerland: Historic Fall But Not As Bad As Elsewhere
August 27, 2020
Swiss GDP plunged by the most on record in the second quarter, but the fall was less severe than that seen by its neighbours in Europe.
Hurricane Laura Lifts Oil Prices
August 26, 2020
A consolidative tone has emerged after US equity benchmarks reached new highs yesterday. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index had reached seven-month highs on Tuesday, but Japan, China, and Australian stocks...
This past week, the US Dollar saw some strength against its major peers as it outperformed the Euro, Australian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar. EUR/USD particularly sold off as disappointing Eurozone...
Euro Breaks a 9-week Gaining Streak Against the Greenback
August 23, 2020
Last week, the Euro lost territory against the greenback, breaking a 9-week gaining streak and dropping by 0.39 percent during the week, closing Friday's session at the 1.1795 level.
Bankruptcies Rise Despite Trillions Of Liquidity
August 23, 2020
Despite an $11 trillion liquidity injection and government aid in 2020, stocks and bonds at all-time highs and sovereign as well as corporate yields at all-time lows, companies are going bust at the...
High-Frequency Data Suggests Europe's Recovery Is Stalling
August 19, 2020
Economic activity in Europe is stalling as nineteen European countries have recently reported increasing confirmed COVID-19 cases. The shape of the recovery is transforming from a so-called "V-shaped"...
Massive Stimulus Does Not Prevent Eurozone Slowdown
August 16, 2020
The ECB balance sheet has risen to 53.9% of GDP in July 2020. This compares to a 32% of the Federal Reserve and 33% of the Bank of England. This means a 1.78 trillion euro increase year-to-date.
Investors May Find Greater Confidence in Europe ETFs
August 03, 2020
A strengthening euro currency may help encourage investors to look into European markets and stock exchange traded funds as the Eurozone economy begins its recovery process. The Invesco CurrencyShares...
The Eurozone’s financial disintegration
July 31, 2020
The Euro Crisis Monitor shows the increasing imbalances in the TARGET2 settlement system between all its members: the ECB (itself with a €145bn deficit) and the national central banks in the Eurozone.
ETF of the Week: iShares MSCI Eurozone ETF (EZU)
July 30, 2020
ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon discussed the iShares MSCI Eurozone ETF (EZU) on this week’s “ETF of the Week” podcast with Chuck Jaffe on the MoneyLife Show. This ETF offers exposure to the equity markets of...
Eurozone Consumer Confidence Ticks Back Down In July
July 23, 2020
The recovery in consumer confidence came to an abrupt end in July as confidence ticked down from -14.7 to -15.
European Recovery Plan: Still More Debt
July 23, 2020
The logic of debt has prevailed: after national debt, European debt, the money is definitely flowing. All this for a "recovery" and "growth" that will not happen.
This week’s EU announcement of a massive coronavirus bailout – featuring the first-ever “common” bond issuance – marks the birth of this new integrated Europe, in which all future debt is defacto...
Euro Currency ETF Pops After Historic Stimulus Deal
July 21, 2020
The euro-related exchange traded fund surged Tuesday, with the EUR currency touching its highest level in 18 months after the European Union came to a historical agreement on a coronavirus aid package...
The EU's Stimulus Package Fails Three Ways
July 21, 2020
As details emerge from the EU's spending stimulus, it's clear the marathon COVID stimulus summit was a complete failure.
After a tremendous rebound in U.S. markets, stock exchange traded fund investors may do well by diversifying into international waters, notably European equities. BlackRock argued that Europe has a...
Instead of the €500BN in grants demanded by Italy and all the other deadbeat European states, and instead of the €350BN that the "Frugal Four" were willing to release, Europe has agreed on €390BN in...