Eurozone Ishares MSCI ETF (NY: EZU )
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Fall is the time of the year to announce the recipient of this year’s “Globie”, i.e., the Globalization Book of the Year. The prize is strictly honorific and does not come with a check.
Eurozone Consumer Confidence Dips Slightly
October 21, 2021
Some worries about higher inflation could have influenced the October drop, but the outlook for household consumption in the fourth quarter remains decent overall.
Two Trades To Watch: EUR/USD, WTI Oil - Thursday, Oct. 21
October 21, 2021
EUR/USD looks to Eurozone consumer confidence & US jobless claims. Crude oil eases, but demand remains strong.
Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann To Step Down At Year End
October 20, 2021
Breaking news - Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann just announced he'll be stepping down from the German Bundesbank by the end of the year. Getting the ECB to start tapering could be one of his last...
Two Trades To Watch: EUR/GBP, Tesla - Wednesday, Oct. 20
October 20, 2021
DAX 40, FTSE 100 And Stoxx 50 Analysis & Trading Strategies
October 09, 2021
Buy on the Dip Prospects: October 6 Edition
October 06, 2021
Below is a look at ETFs that currently offer attractive buying opportunities. The ETFs included in this list are rated as buy candidates for two reasons. First, each of these funds is deemed to be in...
DAX 40 Day Trading Strategies
October 02, 2021
The Potemkin Village Of European Public Debt
October 01, 2021
The ECB is building a Potemkin village of European public debt, to keep up appearances, hoping that inflation will not undermine the whole thing.
EZU Makes Notable Cross Below Critical Moving Average
September 30, 2021
In trading on Thursday, shares of the iShares MSCI Eurozone ETF (EZU) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $48.06, changing hands as low as $47.96 per share. iShares MSCI Eurozone shares are...
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DAX 30, FTSE Index Technical Analysis
September 25, 2021
Taper, No Tantrum
September 23, 2021
Reaction to the FOMC statement was going according to our script, with the USD backing off on a buy rumor sell the fact type of activity until Powell provided an end date for the tapering (mid-2022)...
It's Not What You Don't Know; It's What You Know That Ain't So
September 19, 2021
In a recent post, I listed a bunch of myths that we teach to our students. One of them was specifically applicable to the German population—the myth that hyperinflation put the Nazis in power.
DAX 30 & FTSE 100 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
September 18, 2021
France ETFs Brush Off Coronavirus Concerns, Look to Improving Economy
September 08, 2021
Despite a rise in Covid-19 Delta variant cases, the French economic outlook has improved over the summer as the vaccination rollout helped end the disruptions to normal activity, fueling a brighter...
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For the ECB, only next year’s inflation matters
September 02, 2021
At next week's ECB meeting any changes to the communication and policy stance look unlikely. Nothing else matters – only the inflation outlook.
Eurozone Unemployment Is Rapidly Declining As Economies Reopen
September 01, 2021
The unemployment rate fell by 0.2 percentage points to 7.6% in July, continuing a rapid decline since economies reopened from the second wave. This adds to medium-term inflation pressures, which will...
Eurozone Economic Recovery On Track For Strong Growth In 3Q
August 30, 2021
EU Indices Technical Analysis
August 28, 2021
Eurozone Finances Have Deteriorated
August 26, 2021
Despite negative interest rates and money printing by the European Central Bank, having gone nowhere, Eurozone nominal GDP is even lower than it was before the Lehman crisis.
Tapering Is Just Not On The ECB Menu Card…Yet
August 26, 2021
The latest ECB minutes confirm that at least in July, the only thing on the ECB’s mind was the new forward guidance and not tapering. The summer of 2021 is clearly the summer of doves.
A slight decline in Eurozone PMI from 60.2 to 59.5 indicates that the rebound is set to keep GDP growth elevated for 3Q. But concerns about input shortages in manufacturing and inflationary pressures...
Supply constraints continue to dampen production but as demand remains strong, this is unlikely to throw off the economic recovery altogether. Still, continued problems do weaken third quarter GDP...
Eurozone mobility plateaus: Delta impact or summer lull?
August 06, 2021
The relationship between mobility and economic activity was very strong during the first wave of the coronavirus in spring 2020 but has weakened over time, as businesses have better adapted to the...
August 04, 2021
The US 10-year yield is hovering around 1.18% in Europe, while the on-the-run JGB benchmark yield is below zero for the first time this year. Greek and Australia's 10-year bond yields are at new...
Inflation jumped on food and energy prices, while core inflation ticked down despite German VAT effects kicking in. Not much evidence of overheating in this release.
Money growth decelerated to 8.3% year-on-year in June, but the underlying loan figures reflect a solid housing market and an upturn in business investment.
Eurozone bank lending to households at 13-Year peak
July 27, 2021
Net lending to businesses remains weak, but this is largely TLTRO-related and may improve in the months ahead.
FX Daily: Remember The China Risk Factor?
July 26, 2021
Deteriorating political ties between Beijing and Western economies, along with further signs of a crackdown on Chinese tech companies, have caused a sell-off in Chinese equities, and a risk-off...