April 24, 2013 at 04:00 AM EDT
European Currency ETFs Battle For Inflows: Euro (FXE) vs. Pound (FXB) vs. Franc (FXF)
As European nations begin to regain control of their economies, many investors who avoided the short-term effects of the recession are now left looking for a way to recoup their loses, even with slowly developing market growth. Currency ETFs offer a direct route to the health of a country, with three Guggenheim funds creating an effective picture of the past five years in European markets: CurrencyShares Euro Currency Trust , the British Pound Sterling Trust and the Swiss Franc Trust . Currency ETFs attempt to replicate the movements of a currency on the foreign exchange market against a basket or single currency and can be a great holding for investors who are well versed in the political and economic landscape of the country. Those looking to break into the European markets should take time to make sure the ETF they invest in has strong inflows [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Meet [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: The Ultimate Guide To Currency ETF Trading CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust (FXSG) Rolls Out British Pound ETF Continues Slide After Bearish Data Reports Central Bank “March Mayhem” Puts Currency ETFs in Focus How Volatile Is Your Currency ETF?
As European nations begin to regain control of their economies, many investors who avoided the short-term effects of the recession are now left looking for a way to recoup their loses, even with slowly developing market growth. Currency ETFs offer a direct route to the health of a country, with three Guggenheim funds creating an effective picture of the past five years in European markets: CurrencyShares Euro Currency Trust , the British Pound Sterling Trust and the Swiss Franc Trust . Currency ETFs attempt to replicate the movements of a currency on the foreign exchange market against  a basket or single currency and can be a great holding for investors who are well versed in the political and economic landscape of the country. Those looking to break into the European markets should take time to make sure the ETF they invest in has strong inflows [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Meet [...]

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