October 17, 2011 at 10:00 AM EDT
ETF Insider: Which Way Will The Bulls Run?
Stocks finished in bright green territory last week as investor worries over the Euro zone subsided, while corporate earnings at home gave the bulls a reason to come back to Wall Street. France and Germany pledged their full support to the debt-stricken currency block and promised a concrete plan to ensure stability by November. Gold remains range-bound and the precious metal has been drifting inch by inch along rising support, possibly preparing to break out past the $1,700 level this week. Earnings season continues and investors will have platefuls of corporate performance reports from several industry giants to digest this week. Weekly Outlook The coming week is stacked with major economic releases on the international front, including Chinese GDP and inflation data from the United Kingdom. At home, investors also have plenty on their plate, including an important consumer price index report on Wednesday. Below, we highlight ETFs that may [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Buying Opportunities After Panic Selling ETF Insider: Equities Back In Black ETF Insider: Markets In Limbo ETF Insider: Greedy In A Fearful Environment September’s ETF Studs: Five Funds That Thrived During A Wild Month
Stocks finished in bright green territory last week as investor worries over the Euro zone subsided, while corporate earnings at home gave the bulls a reason to come back to Wall Street. France and Germany pledged their full support  to the debt-stricken currency block and promised a concrete plan to ensure stability by November. Gold remains range-bound and the precious metal has been drifting inch by inch along rising support, possibly preparing to break out past the $1,700 level this week. Earnings season continues and investors will have platefuls of corporate performance reports from several industry giants to digest this week. Weekly Outlook The coming week is stacked with major economic releases on the international front, including Chinese GDP and inflation data from the United Kingdom. At home, investors also have plenty on their plate, including an important consumer price index report on Wednesday. Below, we highlight ETFs that may [...]

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