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Eurozone Ishares MSCI ETF
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Updated: 8:00 PM EDT, May 23, 2022
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Eurozone Consumer Remains Downbeat
May 20, 2022
The consumer confidence indicator ticked up slightly in May, from -22 to -21.1.
ECB minutes show that the hawks are calling the shots
May 19, 2022
The minutes of the ECB’s April meeting provided more evidence that a majority of policymakers at the ECB have become increasingly concerned about the inflation outlook.
German Exports Plunge In March
May 04, 2022
The sharp drop in German exports in March is the first hard evidence of the impact the war in Ukraine is having on the German, but also on the European, economy.
Eurozone Economic Sentiment Worsens In April
May 02, 2022
The European Commission's Economic Sentiment Indicator worsened in April, while price expectations reached a new all-time high. The risk of stagflation in the eurozone is increasing.
Do I Owe Christine Lagarde An Apology?
April 29, 2022
After helming one serious debacle after another, Christine Lagarde – unlike most in her position – may have learned a thing or two about being too quick to call it a day.
Eurozone economy slows as inflation increases to 7.5%
April 29, 2022
The 0.2% increase in GDP masks deteriorating economic circumstances and inflation is still trending up.
The ECB is moving to normalization at a snail’s pace
April 14, 2022
The European Central Bank is on its way to concluding net asset purchases over the summer and ending the era of negative interest rates before the end of the year.
Increased hawkishness confirmed in ECB minutes
April 07, 2022
The European Central Bank is facing looming stagflation but according to the minutes, officials were not yet concerned that the eurozone economy is immanently facing such difficult conditions.
Bank Pulse: Covered bond supply breaks records
April 02, 2022
Banks have been extremely active in the funding markets in the first quarter of this year.
Eurozone: War Pushes Up Inflation To Historic High
April 01, 2022
Inflation jumped to 7.5% in March as energy and food prices soared and core inflation advanced to 3%.
Traders Bet ECB Will Raise Rates Above 0% By Year-End For The First Time Since 2012
April 21, 2022
Money markets are pricing in roughly 75 basis points of interest-rate hikes by the ECB’s December decision, and also see an 80% chance of a quarter-point move in July.
Eurozone industrial production increased in February, but outlook is gloomy
April 20, 2022
Production increased by 0.7% in February, following a decline in January. The recent stabilization of production is at risk, however, due to supply chain problems re-emerging.
Bank Pulse: all too familiar rifts opening up again in Eurozone bank lending
April 15, 2022
The ECB’s Bank Lending Survey, held in March, reported a modest increase in demand for loans by eurozone businesses. That’s not necessarily good news, however.
Eurozone bank lending survey adds to bleak growth outlook
April 12, 2022
The European Central Bank's (ECB's) bank lending survey reveals somewhat tougher credit standards for firms applied in the first quarter, driven by risks to the outlook.
Why the ECB has little to fear from inflation divergence in the eurozone
April 11, 2022
Since the financial crisis, monetary policy was often too loose for a country like Germany but partly still too tight for countries going through structural adjustments.
The eurozone will struggle to avoid a temporary drop in GDP growth
March 31, 2022
The eurozone recovery is likely to come to a standstill on the back of the fall-out from the war in Ukraine.
A Look At Outside-The-US ETFs
March 19, 2022
Let’s jump overseas and look at a few interesting outside-the-US ETF charts.
ECB Preview: A Tough Balancing Act Just Got Harder
March 09, 2022
The ECB are due to announce their interest rate decision as the fear of stagflation grows.
European Commission presents plans to reduce dependence on Russian gas
March 08, 2022
The European Commission today launched a three-pronged initiative to battle the current energy crisis and reduce energy dependence from Russia.
Rates: Pricing a dovish shift from the ECB
March 07, 2022
Rates markets are going into the March European Central Bank meeting looking for a dovish bias.
Eurozone Economic Sentiment Reveals More Bad News About Inflation
March 30, 2022
Large jumps in selling price expectations are triggering further concern about eurozone core inflation in the coming months.
ETF Focus: Outside The U.S.
March 27, 2022
I have grouped together a few similar ETFs to take a look at. This time, let's reach outside of the U.S. for these ETFs.
Eurozone Industry Gets Brief Respite From Supply Disruptions
March 15, 2022
Industrial production was stable in January. The recovery of production has been decent in recent months, but industry should brace itself for a fresh round of supply chain disruptions.
Faster tapering means less strength in credit’s technical picture
March 14, 2022
The European Central Bank has announced that APP purchases will slow down, after a small increase, to ease the discontinuation of PEPP and will likely end in the third quarter.
ECB continues with normalization, keeping maximum optionality
March 10, 2022
Moving on with tapering and keeping the door wide open for a rate hike before year-end, while ensuring maximum flexibility. Today’s ECB announcements were a clear tribute to the past approach of “we...
Rates Spark: Markets Salivate At Potential EU Fiscal Response
March 09, 2022
Even in the face of denials, markets are excited at the prospect of a joint EU fiscal response to the energy crisis. From an investors’ point view, this could solve many problems.
Eurozone Unemployment Dips Under 7% For The First Time Ever
March 03, 2022
The unemployment rate fell to 6.8% in January, down from 7% in December. Labor demand continues to boom at the moment, putting further pressure on wage growth.
Seven-Chart Sunday: March 6, 2022
March 06, 2022
In this text, I provide seven (or more) charts from the past week that tell an interesting story in markets and investing. Let's dive right into the details.
Rates Spark: Eyes On The Prize
March 04, 2022
Bunds and Treasuries were little changed by the end of the day. However that masks the fact that we are still in a highly uncertain and volatile environment - 10Y yields still traded in a 6 to 7bp...
The Songs of the 50 States
February 22, 2022
A look at 50 ETFs after today's close.
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