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May 24, 2012 at 04:00 AM EDT
Thursday’s ETF To Watch: Germany Small-Cap ETF (GERJ)
As the global economy continues to bounce back and forth, the majority of the world has their gaze fixated on Europe, as their next move will dictate much of the future performance for international benchmarks. Some are calling for Greece to abandon the euro and revert to their former currency, while others feel that this would only exacerbate things; if Greece leaves the euro, what will come of other indebted nations like Spain, Italy, and Portugal? At the middle of it all, many are looking to the German economy to lead the way through the storm, as they have long been Europe’s bright spot [see also 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. Today will see the German economy come into focus as the nation is slated to release its most recent GDP results. This will mark first quarter GDP, and on a seasonally adjusted basis, the figure is [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Will The Bears Crash Earnings Season? Three ETFs To Watch This Week: EWU, GERJ, XHB ETF Insider: Will Euro Woes Rain On The Bull’s Parade? Coming Soon To An ETF Near You: Finland, Small Cap UK Funds From iShares ETFs To Play AAA Europe
As the global economy continues to bounce back and forth, the majority of the world has their gaze fixated on Europe, as their next move will dictate much of the future performance for international benchmarks. Some are calling for Greece to abandon the euro and revert to their former currency, while others feel that this would only exacerbate things; if Greece leaves the euro, what will come of other indebted nations like Spain, Italy, and Portugal? At the middle of it all, many are looking to the German economy to lead the way through the storm, as they have long been Europe’s bright spot [see also 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn].  Today will see the German economy come into focus as the nation is slated to release its most recent GDP results. This will mark first quarter GDP, and on a seasonally adjusted basis, the figure is [...]

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