June 25, 2011 at 06:34 AM EDT
ETF Insider: Beating The Market In A Rocky Week
This past week was another rocky one for global markets as worries over Greece temporarily subsided in the middle of the week only to reappear in Friday trading. This resurgence came as a result of several members of Parliament declaring their intentions to vote against the austerity bill, leaving the measure uncertain to pass to say the least. Investors also focused on worries over Italian debt and banks in Italy as well; some are fearing that a credit downgrade is coming not only to the largest banks in the nation but to the country itself as well. Thanks to these fears over a contagion spreading to one of the world’s ten largest economies, many investors were running for cash before the bell to close out the week. To top things off, the Federal Reserve also met this past week, announcing an end to the QE2 program as anticipated at the end of the month. However, [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: EGShares Launches Suite Of Emerging Market Sector ETFs ETF Insider: Risks Remain In Europe Active ETF Blitz: AdvisorShares Debuts Three Madrona ETFs ETF Insider: Tread Lightly In Uncertain Times Four Little Known Secrets Of Ultra-Popular ETFs
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