November 28, 2011 at 12:43 PM EST
ETF Insider: Investors Shopping For Hope
Investors were left empty handed before the Thanksgiving Holiday; the Euro drama theme dominated financial markets last week as ongoing debt woes stemming from overseas overshadowed a host of positive economic data releases on the home front, including a surprise to the upside in durable goods orders. We anticipate for the spotlight to remain fixated on the Euro zone this week as well, while the super committee gridlock in Washington D.C. is the other critical roadblock holding back the bulls from reclaiming Wall Street. Weekly Outlook The coming week will see a host of economic releases both at home and on the international front, including several key unemployment reports from both sides of the Atlantic ocean. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated by investors: Dynamic Retail ETF (PMR): U.S. consumer confidence data is expected to rise [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Six Noteworthy ETF Innovations ETF Misnomers: Why You Never Judge A Fund By Its Cover iShares Planning Small Cap Country ETFs ETF Insider: Which Way Will The Bulls Run? September ETF Data: Back Below $1 Trillion
Investors were left empty handed before the Thanksgiving Holiday; the Euro drama theme dominated financial markets last week as ongoing debt woes stemming from overseas overshadowed a host of positive economic data releases on the home front, including a surprise to the upside in durable goods orders. We anticipate for the spotlight to remain fixated on the Euro zone this week as well, while the super committee gridlock in Washington D.C. is the other critical roadblock holding back the bulls from reclaiming Wall Street. Weekly Outlook The coming week will see a host of economic releases both at home and on the international front, including several key unemployment reports from both sides of the Atlantic ocean. Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated by investors: Dynamic Retail ETF (PMR): U.S. consumer confidence data is expected to rise [...]

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