European Union

  1. Why The Swiss Franc Is So Strong

    We look at the recent and historic strength of the Swiss franc, as well as recent ...
  2. Best (And Worst) Ways To Change Money In Europe

    Which are the cheapest– and most costly – ways to exchange money when you're in Europe? ...
  3. When Is It Cheaper To Fly To Europe?

    When can you fly to Europe for the lowest fares? Hint: You'll need gloves and a scarf.
  4. Could Ukraine's Debt Crisis Destabilize The EU?

    A financial crisis in Ukraine could be a bigger threat to European security than ...
  5. Gas Dispute Poses Risks For Both The EU And Russia

    The Russia-Ukraine gas dispute has caused energy insecurity for the EU, which is ...
  6. Budget Travel: Europe's Cheapest Countries

    Even with a strong dollar, Europe is pricey. Head east and you'll find four EU countries ...
  1. Why The Swiss Franc Is So Strong

    We look at the recent and historic strength of the Swiss franc, as well as recent ...
  2. Is Now the Right Time to Invest in the Euro?

    The euro has been falling...does that mean it's now a bargain?
  3. Interested in Investing in Europe? Eye These ...

    Want exposure to the European markets? Check out these ETFs.
  4. Gary Gordon Positions Your Portfolio For 2015

    Seeking Alpha, the popular financial web portal, interviews Gary Gordon for its Positioning ...
  5. Trade A Surging U.S. Dollar With These 3 ETFs

    With ETFs it's now possible for the average trader to gain exposure to lucrative ...
  6. Are European ETFs Still A Good Buy?

    Over the last year these four European markets have outperformed the S&P 500. We ...
  1. What are the most common market indicators to follow the European stock market and ...

    See which market indicators and major market indexes are used most frequently by traders and analysts to measure the European ...
  2. Are the laws on delivery duty paid different in every country?

    Learn about the differences in delivery duty paid (DDP) between countries. Find out how some countries implement regulations ...
  3. What are the differences between APR in Europe and the U.S.?

    Learn how the regulatory authorities in the U.S., the European Union and the U.K. treat the calculation and disclosure of ...
  4. Who regulates a credit rating agency?

    Find out how American and international regulators interact with Credit Rating Agencies, and learn about the rules adopted ...
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