FXE - Invesco CurrencyShares Euro Currency

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
109.79
+0.05 (+0.05%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close109.74
Open109.79
Bid108.78 x 4000
Ask114.00 x 4000
Day's Range109.61 - 109.99
52 Week Range108.32 - 120.65
Volume133,189
Avg. Volume170,113
Net Assets228.02M
NAV111.23
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return-3.85%
Beta (3Y Monthly)-12.03
Expense Ratio (net)0.40%
Inception Date2005-12-09
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  • ETF Trends20 days ago

    Italy Troubles Keep Pressure on Euro ETFs

    The euro currency and related ETF have been stuck in a rut as concerns over Italy's budget scuffle with the European Union and speculation of an Italian exit from the euro bloc. Dragging on euro currency sentiment, Claudio Borghi, who leads the economic policy of the ruling Lega party in Italy, cast doubt over the country's membership in the Eurozone, CNBC reported. "I am truly convinced that Italy would solve most of its problems if it had its own currency," Borghi said in a radio interview Tuesday.

  • Why Euro ETFs Could Be a Winning Bet in 2019
    Zacks25 days ago

    Why Euro ETFs Could Be a Winning Bet in 2019

    Inside the reasons that could send euro ETFs higher in the coming days.

  • ECB May Hike Rates After Summer 2019: ETFs to Gain
    Zacks28 days ago

    ECB May Hike Rates After Summer 2019: ETFs to Gain

    If the ECB raises rates next year, these ETFs should do well.

  • ETF Trends2 months ago

    Revisiting Euro Currency Hedged ETFs

    The C urrencyShares Euro Currency Trust (FXE) is lower by nearly 3% over the past month and some foreign currency market observers believe the euro has more near-term downside in store against the dollar. Investors looking to take advantage of that trend may want to consider currency-hedged exchange traded funds, including the X-trackers MSCI EMU Hedged Equity ETF (DBEZ) . DBEZ “seeks investment results that correspond generally to the performance, before fees and expenses, of the MSCI EMU IMI U.S. Dollar Hedged Index.

  • ETF Scorecard: July 27 Edition
    ETF Database3 months ago

    ETF Scorecard: July 27 Edition

    To help investors keep up with the markets, we present our ETF Scorecard. The Scorecard takes a step back and looks at how various asset classes across the globe are performing. The weekly performance is from last Friday’s open to this week’s Thursday close.

  • Investopedia4 months ago

    4 ETFs to Trade the European Union Summit

    A widely anticipated European summit takes place in June 2018. Discover four ETFs to trade European equities and the euro, both long and short.

  • Trade, Fed & Oil Wrote Top ETF Stories of 1H
    Zacks4 months ago

    Trade, Fed & Oil Wrote Top ETF Stories of 1H

    Inside top ETF stories of first-half 2018.

  • Why the US Dollar Fell amid Trade War Jitters
    Market Realist4 months ago

    Why the US Dollar Fell amid Trade War Jitters

    The US Dollar Index (UUP) posted four consecutive daily declines in the previous week as trade tensions escalated between the US and its trading partners. The interesting thing, however, was that the decline in the US dollar was because of the declining bond yields rather than appreciation of other currencies. The increased positive correlation between the US dollar and the US bond yields was the key driver in the US dollar rally in recent weeks.

  • US Dollar Is Dominating the Forex Markets
    Market Realist4 months ago

    US Dollar Is Dominating the Forex Markets

    The US Dollar Index (UUP) managed a sharp recovery last week. The appreciation seemed to be due to tariff announcements instead of the Fed’s hawkish tone after the May FOMC meeting. The only interpretation of the rise in the US dollar would be that investors were seeing trade tensions as a temporary setback to global trade, which could result in a better deal for the US. The US Dollar Index closed for the week ending June 15 at 94.78 and appreciated 1.3%.

  • ETFs to Watch Out For This Eventful Week
    Zacks4 months ago

    ETFs to Watch Out For This Eventful Week

    Investors should keep a close eye on the ETFs that are especially volatile this week with key events like Fed and ECB meeting as well as US-North Korea summit.

  • ETF Trends5 months ago

    Euro ETFs Reel as Eurozone Crisis Mounts

    The euro currency and related exchange traded funds retreated as a political upheaval in Italy fuels concerns that the third-largest Eurozone member could pull out from the currency bloc. The C urrencyShares Euro Currency Trust (FXE) fell 1.1% Tuesday with the euro currency now trading around $1.1542, its lowest level in six months. “There’s an existential threat hanging over the single currency if we head into more elections this summer, I don’t know how we get away from that now, given the scale of the financial implications,” Kit Juckes, chief foreign exchange strategist at Société Générale, told the Wall Street Journal.

  • Political Woes Grip European Markets: ETFs to Watch
    Zacks5 months ago

    Political Woes Grip European Markets: ETFs to Watch

    The deepening political crisis in Italy and new political drama brewing up in Spain has rattled the European stock markets.

  • What’s Driving the US Dollar Higher?
    Market Realist5 months ago

    What’s Driving the US Dollar Higher?

    The US Dollar Index (UUP) continued to appreciate but did so slowly in the week that ended on May 25. Rising political uncertainty in Europe, seesawing trade negotiations between the United States and China, and the diplomatic tussle between the United States and North Korea had an impact on currency markets in the week.

  • Can the US Dollar Continue to Surge Higher?
    Market Realist5 months ago

    Can the US Dollar Continue to Surge Higher?

    Last week, the US dollar (UUP) index bounced back from a minor pullback in the week ended May 11. Both are positive for the US dollar. According to the latest Commitment of Traders report released on May 18 by the Chicago Futures Trading Commission, large speculators and traders have trimmed their short positions on the US dollar index.

  • What Drove the US Dollar Lower Last Week
    Market Realist5 months ago

    What Drove the US Dollar Lower Last Week

    The US dollar index (UUP) took a breather last week, closing at 92.44, 0.03% higher than its close of 92.41 in the week ended May 4. The US dollar’s three-week rally was interrupted by the weak inflation report published last week, which was preceded by a weak jobs report on May 4. This US dollar slowdown could only be a speed breaker as the Fed remains the only central bank expected to tighten policies in the near term. The recently rejuvenated dollar-bond market correlation could continue supporting the dollar against major developed, developing, and emerging market currencies.

  • Dollar Bears Under Pressure as Short Squeeze Continues
    Market Realist5 months ago

    Dollar Bears Under Pressure as Short Squeeze Continues

    In April, the US dollar index posted one of its best monthly gains (2.0%) since November 2016, and it looks set to continue with the trend this month. The main reason for this appreciation has been a higher positive correlation between the US dollar and bond yields. Rising bond yields increase the US-international bond spread, which increases preference for US bonds as they have better ratings.

  • Why the Euro Slid despite the European Central Bank’s Optimism
    Market Realist6 months ago

    Why the Euro Slid despite the European Central Bank’s Optimism

    The ECB (European Central Bank) left its policy unchanged at its April meeting, squashing any hopes for tightening in the near term. In response to the ECB’s post-meeting statement, the euro-US dollar exchange rate edged lower and tested lows last seen in January. This reaction was surprising, as the ECB had indicated that it was optimistic about the economy.

  • The European Central Bank’s Views on the Recent Inflation Slump
    Market Realist6 months ago

    The European Central Bank’s Views on the Recent Inflation Slump

    At its April policy meeting, the ECB (European Central Bank) maintained the view that EU (European Union) inflation could eventually reach its 2% target. Recent inflation data has not been encouraging, with inflation falling to 1.1% month-over-month in February. March inflation data was mildly positive, with annual inflation (WIP) rising to 1.3%, mainly because of food price inflation. While the ECB previously projected that inflation would hit 2% in 2019, it has a long way to go before meeting that target.

  • Is the European Central Bank Preparing for Policy Normalization?
    Market Realist6 months ago

    Is the European Central Bank Preparing for Policy Normalization?

    An Investor's Guide to the European Central Bank MeetingThe European Central Bank’s April meeting

  • Will US Dollar Bulls Continue to Dominate This Week?
    Market Realist6 months ago

    Will US Dollar Bulls Continue to Dominate This Week?

    The US dollar (UUP) gained some lost ground last week due to reduced risk aversion, rising bond yields, weak economic data from global peers, and higher commodity prices. The US dollar rallied after bond yields started to rise and the ten-year yield broke past the February 2018 high. Economic data from the US included an acceptable level of retail sales and an optimistic Federal Beige Book. The US Dollar Index closed above 90.0 for the first time in five weeks and posted a weekly gain of 0.65%.

  • Are Dollar ETFs Poised for More Losses in 2018?
    Zacks6 months ago

    Are Dollar ETFs Poised for More Losses in 2018?

    U.S. dollar is likely to remain subdued in 2018. How to play it with ETFs?

  • How the European Central Bank Shortened the Euro’s Rally
    Market Realist6 months ago

    How the European Central Bank Shortened the Euro’s Rally

    The euro-US dollar (FXE) exchange rate closed the week ended April 13 at 1.2, with the euro appreciating 0.39% against the dollar (UUP). The European currency, which failed to capitalize on the weaker US dollar, was impacted by soft economic data and cautious comments from the ECB (European Central Bank). The ECB keeps pushing away any talk of tightening, leaving investors wanting more as the economy seems to be on a continued path of recovery.

  • US Dollar Falls after Trump Comments on April 16
    Market Realist6 months ago

    US Dollar Falls after Trump Comments on April 16

    The US dollar (UUP) came under pressure after Donald Trump, in a tweet, accused Russia and China “playing the Currency Devaluation game as the U.S. keeps raising interest rates. Not acceptable!” Trump’s complaint has been interpreted as an attempt to escalate tensions to achieve favorable trade negotiation terms. According to the latest Commitment of Traders report, released on April 13 by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, large speculators and traders have increased their short positions on the US dollar for a third consecutive week. This amount is a combination of the US dollar’s contracts against the combined contracts of the euro (FXE), British pound (FXB), Japanese yen (FXY), Australian dollar (FXA), Canadian dollar (FXC), and Swiss franc.