Motley Fool  Jul 3  Comment 
These top Europe ETFs can get you started in overseas investing. No need to fuss over individual stocks: Just pick a great European fund with a low expense ratio and you'll be on your way.
Benzinga  Jun 9  Comment 
Data confirm exchange-traded funds set another torrid pace in terms of adding assets in May. What else was confirmed was investors' interest in ex-U.S. developed markets ETFs, including Europe funds. “The headline number for new money flowing...
Benzinga  May 16  Comment 
Europe exchange-traded funds continue receiving well-deserved attention, as many of the region's equity markets are among this year's best-performing developed markets. Here in the U.S., there are plenty of Europe ETFs for investors to...
Benzinga  Nov 15  Comment 
European stocks and the relevant exchange traded funds listed in the US have been getting bum wraps this year, but with the Euro and other developed Europe currencies weakening and the dollar rising, the time could be right to reconsider Europe...
Benzinga  Oct 5  Comment 
This year, “allure” and “Europe ETFs” probably do not belong in the same sentence. After all, investors have been tantalized by the prospect of more stimulus from the European Central Bank (ECB) only to be left disappointed and tormented...
Benzinga  Sep 12  Comment 
The Guggenheim CurrencyShares Euro Trust (NYSE: FXE) is up 2.7 percent year-to-date and that is just one data point underscoring the difficult environment faced by equity-based Europe ETFs this year, particularly those of the currency-hedged...
Benzinga  Jun 29  Comment 
Last week's stunning Brexit decision predictably prompted punishment for scores of Europe exchange traded funds, but that doesn't mean investors departed diversified and single-country Europe ETFs. In fact, various data points suggest...
Market Intelligence Center  May 12  Comment 
Investing in European equity market fell out of investors’ favor last week primarily due to the new-found strength in the common currency euro and overvaluation concerns over the equity markets raised by the Fed. To add to the worry, renewed...
SeekingAlpha  May 12  Comment 


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Europe ETFs are Exchange Traded Funds that generally have holdings in companies and bonds in Europe.

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