• David Becker

    The Eurozone has been under a lot of pressure lately as reflected in the falling Euro and stock prices. That downside pressure may continue to increase with this week’s announcement of more sanctions imposed on Russia. Eurozone countries are the most vulnerable to growing tensions in Ukraine. EMU iShares (NYSEARCA:EZU) in the process of testing

  • Eurozone stocks reacted very positively to the ECB decision to lower short-term rates and offering funds to banks to lend to smaller Euro companies. EMU Index iShares (NYSEARCA:EZU) surged to a new high late in the week. Eurozone stocks did even better than the U.S. For the week, the EZU gained 1.8% versus a 1.3%