The Euro

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    Learn about the world currencies that are stronger than the U.S. dollar, as of February ...
  2. 3 PIMCO Thoughts on Central Banks in 2016

    Learn about PIMCO's outlook for central banks in Europe and the United Kingdom in ...
  3. FEZ: SPDR EURO STOXX 50 ETF

    Learn about FEZ, the Euro Stoxx 50 ETF. FEZ tracks the 50 largest companies in Europe, ...
  4. UUP: PowerShares DB US Dollar ETF

    Discover how an ETF can be used to bet on multiple different currency futures contracts ...
  5. UUP: Powershares DB US Dollar Bullish Fund ETF

    Explore information and detailed analysis of two popular currency exchange-traded ...
  6. Buying Euros as a Long-Term Investment: Risks ...

    Learn about the potential risks and rewards of long term investing in the euro and ...
  1. UUP: PowerShares DB US Dollar ETF

    Discover how an ETF can be used to bet on multiple different currency futures contracts ...
  2. UUP: Powershares DB US Dollar Bullish Fund ETF

    Explore information and detailed analysis of two popular currency exchange-traded ...
  3. 4 Companies Affected by the Appreciating Dollar ...

    Learn why the appreciating dollar negatively impacts certain companies such as Google, ...
  4. Top 3 Euro (EUR) ETFs (FXE, ERO)

    Get information on currency exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and specific information ...
  5. Is Now the Right Time to Invest in the Euro? ...

    The euro has been falling...does that mean it's now a bargain?
  6. The Pros and Cons of a Weak Euro

    The lingering Eurozone crisis has caused the euro to decline against the U.S. dollar. ...
  1. In what ways does Bayesian probability support the probability default model when ...

    Learn what happened in the European debt crisis. It became a heated argument between the hawks and doves who argued the merits ...
  2. Why doesn't England use the euro?

    Understand why the United Kingdom has opted to not join the eurozone in adopting the euro over the pound sterling as its ...
  3. When and why did the euro make its debut as a currency?

    On January 1, 1999, the European Union introduced its new currency, the euro. Originally, the euro was an overarching currency ...
  4. Are eurodollars related to the currency called the euro?

    Eurodollars have little to do with the official currency of the European Union, the euro (EUR). In 1999, the euro was implemented ...
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