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Euro STOXX 50 Index Definition
The Euro STOXX 50 Index is a market capitalization weighted stock index of 50 large, blue-chip European companies operating within Eurozone nations.
STOXX, a subsidiary of Deutsche-Borse Group, is a leading provider of market indexes that are representative of European and global markets.
Dow Jones STOXX 50
The Dow Jones STOXX 50 is a stock index representing 50 of the largest companies in Europe based on market capitalization.
Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability Index
Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability Index is a stock index that measures the financial performance of European companies by their sustainability practices.
The Top 5 ETFs to Track the Euro Stoxx 50 for 2016 (FEZ, HFEZ)
Learn how to invest in European stocks through q handful of the world's top ETFs designed to provide exposure to large-cap eurozone equities.
Which benchmarks / indexes track the automotive sector?
Explore some of the major benchmark equity indexes worldwide that analysts and investors use to track the performance of the automotive sector.
Investors Shift Toward Defensive Sectors
Defensive sectors outperformed, while relative strength is close to a "risk on" breakout. Growth estimates in Europe are a potential problem.
Top 4 Infrastructure ETFs for 2020
Discover the top ETFs for investors looking to obtain exposure to infrastructure investments in 2020.
The Top 6 European Equity ETFs (HEDJ, VGK)
Despite geopolitical challenges, Europe’s economic strength is vast – ETFs provide interesting options for investors to increase equity exposure.
ESG ETFs Look to Catch Traditional Rivals
ESG ETFs have some work to do before putting a real dent in traditional ETFs' market share.