September 20, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
Europe ETFs: Rising From The Dead
To put it mildly, European stocks have had a rough couple of years, as the eurozone sovereign-debt crisis continues to plague the continent. And with many economies in the eurozone continuing to teeter on the edge of default (or forced bailouts), investors around the globe have remained understandably leery of any investments made within the shaky economy. But as of this month, confidence in this corner of the market has surged as new developments have given investors incentive to flock to this once steady and rewarding sector [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. During the highly anticipated European Central Bank meeting earlier this month, the central bank detailed its most aggressive plan to date to deal with the region’s mounting debt crisis. The newly unveiled bond-buying program entails the central bank purchasing short-maturity government bonds to keep borrowing costs down for Spain, Italy and other indebted countries. The [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Europe ETFs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly ETFs To Play Euro 2012 3 Europe ETFs Holding Their Ground In 2012 ETFs To Play AAA Europe ETF Insider: Buying Opportunities After Panic Selling
To put it mildly, European stocks have had a rough couple of years, as the eurozone sovereign-debt crisis continues to plague the continent. And with many economies in the eurozone continuing to teeter on the edge of default (or forced bailouts), investors around the globe have remained understandably leery of any investments made within the shaky economy. But as of this month, confidence in this corner of the market has surged as new developments have given investors incentive to flock to this once steady and rewarding sector [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. During the highly anticipated European Central Bank meeting earlier this month, the central bank detailed its most aggressive plan to date to deal with the region’s mounting debt crisis. The newly unveiled bond-buying program entails the central bank purchasing short-maturity government bonds to keep borrowing costs down for Spain, Italy and other indebted countries. The [...]

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