June 25, 2012 at 04:00 AM EDT
Three ETFs To Watch This Week: GERJ, SPY, EWC
The markets took a couple of hard hits last week as less than cheery news on the homefront and from overseas rocked investors’ confidence. After several weeks of anticipation, the Fed finally announced that it will continue its Operation Twist in an effort to prop up the U.S. economy. The news managed to ease some tensions, but lackluster economic data painted an entirely different and rather grim picture of the health of both the U.S. and global economies. While central bankers around the globe continue to fight to stave off further slowdown, Moody’s announced its highly-anticipated downgrades of over a dozen global banks, adding to the growing list of investor fears. As the global market struggles to stay in positive territory, there will be plenty of headlines for investors to keep close and cautious eyes on [see also Leveraged Dividend ETFs: Too Good To Be True?]. 1. Market Vectors Germany [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Ten New Year’s Resolutions For ETF Investors ETF Misnomers: Why You Never Judge A Fund By Its Cover ETF Insider: Markets In Limbo Three ETFs To Watch This Week: EWC, PIC, GERJ ETF Insider: Buying Opportunities After Panic Selling
The markets took a couple of hard hits last week as less than cheery news on the homefront and from overseas rocked investors’ confidence. After several weeks of anticipation, the Fed finally announced that it will continue its Operation Twist in an effort to prop up the U.S. economy. The news managed to ease some tensions, but lackluster economic data painted an entirely different and rather grim picture of the health of both the U.S. and global economies. While central bankers around the globe continue to fight to stave off further slowdown, Moody’s announced its highly-anticipated downgrades of over a dozen global banks, adding to the growing list of investor fears. As the global market struggles to stay in positive territory, there will be plenty of headlines for investors to keep close and cautious eyes on [see also Leveraged Dividend ETFs: Too Good To Be True?]. 1. Market Vectors Germany [...]

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