Live On CNBC: Matt Hougan On Europe ETFs

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ETF.com Staff
May 27, 2010
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Matt Hougan, editor-in-chief of IndexUniverse.com, talks about what’s hot and what’s not in Europe on CNBC, as a sliding euro creates opportunities for eurozone exporters.

IU.com’s Hougan says the time might be ripe for investors to look at ETFs focused on Germany and Scandinavia, two parts of Europe that are poised to take advantage of the euro’s decline.

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