3 Europe ETFs Holding Their Ground In 2012
As many economies in the Euro zone continue to teeter on the edge of default (or forced bailouts), investors around the globe remain understandably leery of any investments made within the shaky economy. After several years of painstaking measures and efforts made towards stabilizing the region, central bankers are still forced to piece together massive bailout programs and slash interest rates towards record lows. While allocations made to this particular sector of the global economy have diminished in recent years, European equities still maintain their standing as one of the key components and diversifying agents in many investors’ portfolios [see our Euro Free Europe ETFdb Portfolio]. Halfway through the year, 2012 has not proven to be an easier year for the global economy–with Europe taking center stage as the major source of financial turmoil. Many of the funds in the Europe Equities ETFdb Category remain deep in red territory in terms [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETFs To Play Euro 2012 Five ETF Surprises From The First Half Three ETFs To Watch This Week: GERJ, SPY, EWC Europe ETFs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Thursday’s ETF To Watch: Germany Small-Cap ETF (GERJ)
As many economies in the Euro zone continue to teeter on the edge of default (or forced bailouts), investors around the globe remain understandably leery of any investments made within the shaky economy. After several years of painstaking measures and efforts made towards stabilizing the region, central bankers are still forced to piece together massive bailout programs and slash interest rates towards record lows. While allocations made to this particular sector of the global economy have diminished in recent years, European equities still maintain their standing as one of the key components and diversifying agents in many investors’ portfolios [see our Euro Free Europe ETFdb Portfolio].  Halfway through the year, 2012 has not proven to be an easier year for the global economy–with Europe taking center stage as the major source of financial turmoil. Many of the funds in the Europe Equities ETFdb Category remain deep in red territory in terms [...]

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