|Bid||37.16 x 27000|
|Ask||0.00 x 42300|
|Day's Range||37.54 - 37.79|
|52 Week Range||33.79 - 45.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.13|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.47%|
European bank stocks and related ETFs jumped Friday after European Central Bank executive board member Benoit Coeure hinted that another round of cheap multi-year loans to banks could be in the works. ...
The latest economic numbers from the U.S. suggest the American economy is still booming. But while the U.S. has been mostly immune to an economic slowdown in Europe, it may not be able to shrug off a full-fledged ...
Long disappointing and downtrodden, eurozone stocks and the corresponding exchange traded funds are rebounding this year. As Feb. 5, the iShares MSCI Eurozone ETF (CBOE: EZU) and the SPDR Euro STOXX 50 ...
The European Commission may have cut the growth forecasts for the Euro bloc, but there are ETF investing avenues that could earn you solid gains.
With Wednesday’s rebound failing to hold amidst renewed uncertainty, Europe region-related exchange traded funds retreated, with major European benchmarks revisiting their two-year lows. On Thursday, the ...
European markets and region-related exchange traded funds were among the worst off areas of the global markets Monday after British Prime Minister Theresa May unexpectedly delayed a vote for the Brexit deal on the eve of the scheduled parliamentary assembly. On Monday, Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF (VGK) was down 1.0% and iShares MSCI EMU ETF (EZU) was 0.8% lower, with both broad Europe ETFs trading near their lowest level since April 2017. May's decision to delay the vote could pave the way for a number of uncertain outcomes, such as a disorderly Brexit without a deal, a last minute deal pushed through just weeks before Britain's March 29 exit or another E.U. referendum, Reuters reports.
Internet giants such as Facebook (FB), Twitter (TWTR), and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google have been facing pressure from lawmakers in the US and Europe since last January. Google has reportedly planned to introduce a verification system to check election interference in the European Union ahead of the elections in May 2019.
Technology giants such as Facebook (FB) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google are likely to face pressure from stringent Russian laws. The companies were already facing increased scrutiny from lawmakers in the US (SPY) and the European Union (EZU).
The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is looking to acquire a variety of 21st Century Fox’s (FOXA) assets. After the divestment, Fox will retain part of its business, which will be called “New Fox” and will contain the highly lucrative Fox News, Fox Business, and Fox national sports networks.
Currency hedging mitigates the additional volatility that exchange rates impose on foreign assets. It reviews the fundamentals of currency hedging, explores the extra costs, and outlines a framework that investors can use to aid in their decision to choose a currency hedged fund. When investors purchase a foreign investment, they must first convert their home currency to foreign currency.
On October 17, Facebook’s (FB) major stockholders including public pension funds and state officials proposed the removal of Facebook’s chief executive officer and co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg, as chair of the company. Facebook’s chair controls the board and has the majority of the voting power. In 2017, a similar proposal to reclaim voting power was made but rejected.
On October 15, Walt Disney (DIS) announced that it had offered concessions to the European Commission on October 12 to help resolve the European Union’s (EZU) antitrust concerns and accelerate the approval process of its $71.3 billion acquisition deal with 21st Century Fox (FOXA), according to Reuters. Disney initially made a bid of $52.4 billion to buy Fox’s media and entertainment assets in December 2017, but US cable company Comcast (CMCSA) intervened with its $65 billion offer to purchase these assets from Fox. The fight over the Fox assets came to an end in July after Comcast decided to withdraw from the bidding war for Fox assets and focus on buying a 61% stake in London-based Sky.
On October 12, chipmaker Broadcom (AVGO) obtained antitrust approval from the European Union (EZU) for its all-cash $19 billion deal to acquire software company CA Technologies (CA). The company now expects to complete the deal on November 5.
The iShares MSCI EMU ETF (Cboe: EZU) is down just 1.24% year-to-date, but some market observers are highlighting Eurozone-specific concerns, such as Italy’s new government, as issues for the region’s financial ...
BAML (Bank of America Merrill Lynch) conducted a survey that polled 244 global investors with $742 billion in total assets under management from September 7–13. The divergence theme in equity markets was quite evident in the allocations in September. The equity allocations to emerging markets (EEM) fell to 10% underweight in September compared to 1% underweight in August.
Snap (SNAP) has recently announced the departure of its chief strategy officer, Imran Khan, though he will continue to work as the company’s chief strategy officer for an interim period. Khan’s departure followed the exit of finance head Andrew Vollero and the vice president of monetization engineering, Stuart Bowers, who joined Tesla (TSLA) in May. Khan assumed his position at the company in 2015 and played an essential role in taking the company public in March 2017.
In July, Broadcom (AVGO) announced an agreement to acquire CA Technologies (CA) for an equity value of ~$18.9 billion. The all-cash deal still needs the approval of CA shareholders and antitrust approvals from the European Union (EZU) and Japan (EWJ).
The markets soured Friday with European stocks and related exchange traded funds leading the global weakness after President Donald Trump ramped up his tariff plans. Among the worst hit, the iShares MSCI France ETF (EWQ) fell 1.8% and iShares MSCI Germany ETF (EWG) dropped 1.5% on Friday. Meanwhile, the broader region-related Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF (VGK) was down 1.2% and iShares MSCI EMU ETF (EZU) was 1.5% lower.
UK, EU, Extend Brexit Deadline For the Third Time Who would have predicted this, after how protracted Eurozone negotiations had been with Greece? The United Kingdom and the officials from the European Union extended the finalization of Brexit terms for the third time yesterday, admitting that the divorce terms will not be ironed out by […] The post Market Morning: UK, EU Extend Brexit Deadline, Sears Grabs Amazon Lifeline, James Bond IPO, Musk Cries About Crying appeared first on Market Exclusive.
The European Union (EZU) has enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) regarding data protection and privacy to give users more control over their online data. According to the GDPR, companies will have to be transparent with users on the data they collect from them. According to the GDPR, all websites, directly or on behalf of the advertising companies, will now have to seek user approval to use their personal information. According to a Reuters report, Europe’s new data privacy law could strengthen tech (technology) giants such as Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google and Facebook (FB) in the $200 billion global digital advertising industry.