News about <![CDATA[vgk]]> News about en-us <![CDATA[Euro Remains Strong Amid Criticism]]> The euro began the week on a high note, holding onto its gains despite ECB efforts to talk the currency down.

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<![CDATA[Standish Melon Cuts Q1 US Growth to 1.5% from 2%; Sees Eurozone GDP 1.2% for 2014; China GDP Growth at 7.2% for 2014, 7.0% in 2015]]> Emerging markets are likely to benefit later in the year from stronger growth in the United States and Europe despite the current cloud ...

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<![CDATA[Eurozone Inflation Stuck In The 'Danger Zone']]> The euro looked poised to finish off the shortened week on a high note as it remained steady at $1.3838 at 8:05 GMT on Thursday ...

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<![CDATA[Big Upside for the France ETF]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Euro Steady As Eurozone Banking Union Becomes A Reality]]> The euro remained steady at $1.3822 at 5:40 GMT on Wednesday morning.

The common currency gained strength early in the week after ...

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<![CDATA[European Improvement]]> asset-class-ranks-04.09.14

In light of European equities being among the best performing asset classes over the past year, consider what The Economist has to say about the economic improvement in that area: A reassuring feature of the recovery is that it is spreading to the once-afflicted countries of southern Europe. 

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<![CDATA[ECB Attempts To Verbally Devalue The Euro]]> The euro fell slightly as the European Central Bank worked to verbally devalue the currency after last week saw it rise past ...

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<![CDATA[Praet Says Easing Not Imminent]]> The euro reached above $1.39 after regaining its momentum following the release of the Federal Reserve's meeting minutes.

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<![CDATA[Eurozone Growth To Be A Hot Topic At G20 Summit]]> The euro held on to its strength on Tuesday and traded at $1.3790 at 5:55 GMT.

The common currency was riding a wave of ...

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<![CDATA[Overweighting Equity ETFs, Foreign and Domestic]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Very Valuable Value ETFs]]> ]]> <![CDATA[ECB Eyes Falling Inflation With Concern]]> The euro regained some of its strength over the weekend after US non-farm payrolls data came in lower than expected and disappointed ...

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<![CDATA[That screeching sound is the market losing momentum]]> <![CDATA[Most Searched ETFs: A Global Flare]]> ]]> <![CDATA[ECB Stays Put But Opens The Door For Easing Next Month]]> The euro was steady at $1.3702 to end the week after the European Central Bank met expectations on Thursday and maintained its key ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Ticks Down Ahead Of ECB Meeting]]> The euro fell against the dollar on Thursday as investors cautiously awaited the European Central Bank's April policy meeting, ...

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<![CDATA[Constancio Says He Doesn't See Deflation Risk In The Eurozone]]> The euro was steady near $1.38 as the European Central Bank meeting approached and speculation about the bank's plans grew more ...

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<![CDATA[Vanguard Again Dominates Inflows]]> ]]> <![CDATA[All Eyes On Eurozone Inflation Data]]> The euro was under pressure on Monday after hitting a one month low on Friday following unexpectedly low Spanish and German CPI ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Falls Further On Easing Speculation]]> The euro traded near a three-week low at $1.3746 on Friday morning at 6:55 GMT as speculation that the ECB was planning to ease further ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Stumbles As ECB Hints At More Easing]]> The euro declined on Thursday after European Central Bank officials insinuated that the bank may ease further at next week's ...

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<![CDATA[ECB Considers Taking The Deposit Rate Below Zero]]> The euro nearly slipped below $1.38 on news that the European Central Bank was considering taking its deposit rate below zero. The ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Slides Closer to $1.38]]> The euro lost some of its momentum on Tuesday morning after world leaders decided to remove Russia from international decision making ...

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<![CDATA[Europe ETFs Pause, but Upside Remains]]> ]]> <![CDATA[ECB Could Ease Further, If Needed]]> The euro was poised to end the week near a two week low after falling sharply on Thursday. The common currency traded at $1.379 at 5:40 ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Loses Against A Stronger Dollar]]> The euro lost a full cent overnight after the US Federal Reserve meeting ended with investors worried that the bank would raise its key ...

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<![CDATA[Eurozone Trade Data Keeps The Currency Supported]]> The euro continued to hold above $1.39 on Wednesday after data from the region showed that exports increased modestly from most eurozone ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Holds On Ahead Of Fed Meeting]]> The euro held on to its strength as fears about immediate military action in Ukraine subsided and the US Federal Reserve Policy meeting ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Resilient Despite Deepening Crisis In Ukraine]]> The euro held on to its strength over the weekend even as tension between Ukraine and Russia escalated.

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<![CDATA[Euro Strength Could Spell Trouble For Struggling Economies]]> The euro pushed above $1.39, riding on a wave of momentum generated by last week's European Central Bank meeting. The common currency ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Gains Momentum]]> The euro looked poised to rise to three year highs on Tuesday after the European Central Bank indicated that the region was on the ...

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<![CDATA[Domestic Markets Are Hot, but Data Shows ETF Investors Are Going International]]> <![CDATA[Reaching for Yield or No Yield: Investors Are Momentum Chasing]]> bubble_bIt is interesting to observe that last year, investors were loathing low yield bonds and clamored for high yield stocks. Since then, bond yields have risen but instead, investors are reaching for high growth stocks with little yield.  The following table shows how dividend ETFs are compared with general stock market indexes such as SPY [...]]]> <![CDATA[Euro Improves On ECB's Positive Outlook]]> The euro surged to nearly $1.39 on Thursday after the European Central Bank decided against further easing at its March policy meeting. ...

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<![CDATA[Euro Could Be In For A Tough Week As Situation In Ukraine Heats Up]]> The euro is likely to fall under pressure this week as on Sunday, Ukraine prepared for a Russian invasion and investors flocked to more liquid currencies like the Swiss franc.

The common currency traded at $1.3787 at 7:30 GMT on Monday morning as all eyes shifted to the quickly

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<![CDATA[Russian Declaration Of War Could Drive Oil Prices Even Higher]]> Brent crude oil was lifted by uncertainty in Ukraine and the threat of a Russian invasion. The commodity traded at $110.78 at 7:40 GMT and may have the potential to surge even higher as the situation plays out.

Over the weekend, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his right to invade

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<![CDATA[ECB To Face A Tough Decision At Next Week's Policy Meeting]]> The euro was steady at $1.3709 on Friday morning at 7:30 GMT as worries about the uncertainty in Ukraine drove investors to safe haven currencies like the Swiss franc.

However, the common currency's near term moves will depend heavily on inflation data due out later on Friday as investors look for

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<![CDATA[Euro Could Start Feeling The Effects Of Uncertainty In Ukraine]]> The euro was steady against the dollar and traded at $1.3682 at 6:45 GMT on Thursday morning. The common currency held its ground against an improving dollar which reached a two week high in the early hours of Thursday.

Investors have been flocking to the greenback as a safe haven while

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<![CDATA[European Commission Forecasts Difficult Road Ahead For The Eurozone]]> The euro gained some ground against the dollar on Tuesday after soft consumer confidence data took some of the shine off the greenback. The common currency traded at $1.3739 at 4:18 GMT as investors weighed positive and negative data from the bloc.

On Monday, the closely watched German Ifo survey showed

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<![CDATA[How to make money from ETFs’ runaway growth]]> <![CDATA[IMF Issues Note on Global Prospects, Policy Changes Ahead of G-20 Meeting in Sydney]]> Global activity has picked up, largely on account of advanced economies. Growth firmed in 2013H2, driven largely by stronger outturns in advanced economies as final demand expanded broadly as expected. In many emerging markets, despite a boost to output from stronger exports, domestic demand has been weaker than expected, reflecting

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<![CDATA[Following ETF Money]]> ]]> <![CDATA[ETFdb Weekly Watchlist: XHB, VGK, XLI Hinge on Housing and Manufacturing Data]]> Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com.

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<![CDATA[Europe ETFs Enjoying Bountiful Inflows]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Italy ETF Looks Bella]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Switzerland ETFs: A Defensive Approach to Europe]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Where Some of That Lost EM Cash is Going]]> ]]> <![CDATA[FTSE’s Growing U.S. ETF Index Footprint]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Euro Slips Below $1.35 Ahead Of ECB Meeting]]> The euro began February below $1.35 after weak inflation data and stubbornly high unemployment figures added to concern that the bloc's recovery would be a slow process.

The common currency traded at $1.3495 at 5:50 GMT on Monday morning as investors looked ahead to the upcoming European Central Bank meeting.

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