November 14, 2011 at 12:02 PM EST
ETF Insider: Expect More Volatility
After another up-down week dominated by Euro zone debt drama, domestic equity indexes managed to clinch a gain amidst the volatility. Investor sentiment swayed wildly as the anticipation of Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi’s resignation coupled with ongoing Italian debt woes sparked sell-offs one day and rallies the next, across virtually every corner of the global equity market. Gold prices oscillated between the $1,800 and$1,750 levels, managing to settle in the upper-half of its trading range as the trading week drew to a close. Weekly Outlook The coming week will see a host of economic releases both at home and on the international front, including several key CPI releases. Stock markets will likely continue to take cues from the Euro zone as investors keep their eye on the Italian debt situation. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Can Earnings Trump Euro Drama? ETF Insider: Be Wary Of Bargain Shopping ETF Insider: Bullish On Equities Three Long/Short Ideas For Euro Zone Debt Drama ETF Insider: Bulls Look To Stampede Over Euro Drama
After another up-down week dominated by Euro zone debt drama, domestic equity indexes managed to clinch a gain amidst the volatility. Investor sentiment swayed wildly as the anticipation of Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi’s resignation coupled with ongoing Italian debt woes sparked sell-offs one day and rallies the next, across virtually every corner of the global equity market. Gold prices oscillated between the $1,800 and$1,750 levels, managing to settle in the upper-half of its trading range as the trading week drew to a close. Weekly Outlook The coming week will see a host of economic releases both at home and on the international front, including several key CPI releases. Stock markets will likely continue to take cues from the Euro zone as investors keep their eye on the Italian debt situation. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated [...]

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