A few weeks ago, we all looked in awe as the 10-year U.S. Treasury yields sank to a record low. You won’t be as awed once you see what’s going on in Switzerland.
You hear, I hear it, we all hear it. The market is calling—no wait—screaming for a third round of quantitative easing.
Troubled Greece could well abandon the euro soon. But my concern here is with the troubles of the ETF market’s only Greece-focused fund.
It's time to look closely at investment exposure involving the eurozone and the beleagured euro.
The rand, for now, is killing returns for U.S. investors in South Africa.
A weakening Brazilian real is killing returns for U.S.-based investors in funds like EWZ.
With China widening its currency trading bands, we ask what the best ETF to play the strong Chinese currency is: CYB, CNY or FXCH?
After 7 months of the Swiss franc’s peg to the euro, investor demand is forcing the peg to reach its limits and challenging the Swiss National Bank to act.
With the S&P 500’s strong first quarter, the debate is still on as to whether this is a ‘true’ recovery.