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Bullish chart patterns on key exchange-traded products used to track European markets suggest that this could be the region to watch.
Five years ago, interest rates in Sweden dipped into negative territory, but that all ended on Thursday after the country’s central bank elected to raise rates by 25 basis points to reach the zero level. “Sweden’s central bank ended its five-year experiment with negative rates amid growing concern about the implications for the economy, businesses and investors from sub-zero monetary policy,” a Financial Times article by Richard Milne noted.
The Eurozone has been suffering a downturn, but its ETFs have been pretty stellar of late thanks to a dovish ECB and improvement in relative earnings momentum in German stocks.
European stocks and the related exchange traded funds (ETFs) are coming off dismal performances in 2018. The Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF (VGK) and the iShares MSCI EMU ETF (CBOE:EZU) , two of the largest US-listed ETFs, finished 2018 with losses of about 18% and 19%, respectively. As of Feb. 11, 2019, the Eurozone-focused EZU is up 4.79 percent year-to-date, but some market observers and ETF strategists are taking a cautious approach to Europe ETFs.
It is not a stretch to say that, by now, most investors know that last year was hard on international stocks and the related exchange traded funds (ETFs). When 2018 drew to a close, the MSCI EAFE Index ...
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