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European stocks are down 20% from their highs this spring, almost double the decline in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Sure there’s plenty to worry about on the other side of the Atlantic, with Greece on the verge of default and the threat of ...
Forbes · ByDaniel Fisher · 10/16/2011
Earnings and/or the expectation of increasing earnings are ultimately what drive stock prices. I still want to believe that U.S. firms will do well in this arena, but if wishes were horses we’d all be riders. I believe European multinationals ...
Guru Focus · 4/15/2015
With quantitative easing now over in the United States and just beginning in Europe, American investors who missed the central bank-fueled gains are doing what they can to benefit from action in European stocks. (NYSEARCA:EFA) A good deal of …
Wall Street Sector Selector · 4/1/2015
Consequently, Shanghai Composite index ended 1.27 per cent lower, while European stocks were down in morning deals. The BSE 30-share index after rising to 26,156.61 points in early trade slipped into the negative zone and dipped below 26,000 to touch …
The Tribune India · 1 day ago
As Europe begins its recovery, its stock valuations appear attractive compared to U.S. equities. According to MSCI data, Eurozone stocks are currently at a 40% discount, in price-to-book terms, to the U.S., which looks good compared to the long-term ...
Market Realist · 4/17/2015
MGI Digital Graphic Technology (Stock: ALMDG), a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of high-end Digital Printing and 3D Printed Electronics solutions, has been selected by an independent group of European experts on the basis of …
WhatTheyThink · 6/23/2015
TOKYO - Asian stock markets bounced back Tuesday, recouping some of the previous day's sharp fall, but European indexes widened their losses as investors fretted the debt crisis in Greece could spread to other countries in the region. France's CAC 40 ...
CBS News · 6/30/2015
stockbroker on floor New York Exchange Europe’s main stock markets fell slightly at the start of trading on Monday, with London’s benchmark FTSE 100 index dipping 0.10 percent to 6,689.93 points. Frankfurt’s DAX 30 shed 0.12 percent to 11,295.50 …
The Guardian - Nigeria · 8/3/2015
Investors are moving their money out of Germany, perhaps to undervalued European stocks. The German stock exchange, the DAX, has almost tripled over the last few years as the country offered one of the few bright spots in a beleaguered European economy.
Kaptiall WIre · 7/23/2014
European stocks have wavered since last autumn, and now the bears are moving in. optionMONSTER's Depth Charge monitoring program detected the purchase of 4,700 September 55 puts on the Vanguard FTSE European fund for $0.975. Matching blocks …
Option MONSTER · 8/11/2015