Invesco CurrencyShares Euro Trust
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Invesco CurrencyShares Euro Trust is an exchange-traded fund. It holds euro; issues Baskets in exchange for deposits of euro; and distributes euro in connection with redemptions of Baskets. Its investment objective is its shares to reflect the price in USD of the euro. The company was founded on December 5, 2005 and is headquartered in Downers Grove, IL.
Market Cap: 235 Million
Primary Exchange: NYSE Arca
Shares Outstanding: 2.25 Million
Industry: Investment Trusts/Mutual Funds
Longest drawdown: 2255 trading days
From: 2014-03-18 To: 2020-05-28
Financial Statecraft Or Whack-A-Mole
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-13 05:29:33:000
Overview After roiling the markets by threatening escalating tariffs on Mexico, US President Trump has threatened China that if Xi does not meet him and return to the positions that the US claims it had previously, he will follow through on imposing tariffs to the remaining goods the US buys… read more...
Anxiety Ticks Up, Risks Pared
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-12 03:26:02:000
Overview The S&P 500 snapped a five-day advance yesterday and set the heavier tone for equities today. Continued protests in Hong Kong were not shrugged off as they have been in the last couple of sessions. The Hang Seng's nearly 1.9% decline was the largest in a month and led the region… read more...
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-12 02:26:33:000
When, last week, the Treasury issued its currency manipulation report , I thought it was a joke. The Treasury put Germany and Italy on its "monitoring list" of countries suspected of "currency manipulation." Germany and Italy are, of course, part of the Euro, the whole point of which is… read more...
Central Banks Provide A Silver Lining To The Escalating Trade War
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-12 00:10:57:000
Posted by Kristina Hooper, Chief Global Market Strategist on June 10, 2019, in Market & Economic Weekly Market Compass: US cancels its tariffs on Mexico, China warns against traveling to the US, and central banks appear more open to accommodation A collective sigh of reli… read more...
Markets Take Another Small Step Away From The Edge
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-11 03:58:25:000
Overview: The recovery in equities continues today in light news day. Nearly all the bourses in the Asia Pacific region rose, led by a 2.6% gain of the Shanghai Composite. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose for a third session. European equity benchmarks are rising for the sixth time in the pa… read more...
FX Weekly: Preparing For Easing Policies
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-11 01:32:05:000
Macro News Global: To the exception of global equities, it is clear now that most of the asset classes are pricing in a significant slowdown in the economic activity in the next few quarters to come. We saw last week the strong outflows in global equities, which totaled almost $140bn sin… read more...
Portfolio Composition: Short Commodity, Precious Metals; Long Rare Earths, Biotech
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 23:35:41:000
According the CME FedWatch tool, Fed Funds futures markets are currently pricing in a 98.5% chance of the Federal Reserve lowering rates at least once this year. Breaking it down further, there is a 31.9% probability of 2 rate cuts and a 35.4% chance of three 25 basis point rate decreases, as … read more...
Something Huge Just Happened In Europe
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 12:38:45:000
Critics of modern monetary policy have been predicting that the day would come when a central bank would cut interest rates (or at least promise to), and the financial markets, instead of throwing a party, would fall. Then, it would be game over for easy money. This has yet to happen in the … read more...
The ECB Continues To Incentivize Reckless Behavior
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 07:09:48:000
By Daniel Lacalle The European Central Bank continues to disproportionately inflate the debt bubble of the Eurozone, while the economic slowdown of the main European economies worsens. What was designed as a tool for governments to buy time in order to carry out structural reforms and redu… read more...
Collective Sigh Of Relief Lifts Equities, Yields, And The Dollar
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 03:04:39:000
Overview: A global sigh of relief that the US will not tariff all its imports from Mexico. Equities are all higher, and the weekend demonstrations in Hong Kong over a bill allowing extraditions to the mainland for the first time did not deter investors from bidding up the Hang Seng over 2.3%… read more...
EUR/GBP Could Pull Back
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 02:47:22:000
It has been a while since I last wrote about the EUR/GBP pair. My previous article , entitled EUR/GBP: High Downside Risk , was published January 11, 2019. At the time, the pair was trading at about 0.90, and I projected a decline to 0.88 or so by mid-March 2019, before ever seeing 0.91. A… read more...
Cloudy Outlook For Eurozone Growth
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-10 01:34:18:000
Posted by Reine Bitar, CFA, Portfolio Manager and Michael Booth, Associate Portfolio Manager The eurozone economy has experienced a sharp slowdown since the second half of 2018 in a reversal from the mini-boom enjoyed in 2017. This downturn has been most pronounced in the m… read more...
Italian Debt Fears Fueling Demand For Risk-Off Assets
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-09 22:25:05:000
Investment Thesis: "Risk-off" assets such as gold and currencies such as the Japanese Yen could see further gains as a result of Italy fears. This time last year, Italys debt burden was a very significant concern for the euro zone. This was the case for a simple reason. Italy is … read more...
A Look At The Charts
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-09 21:36:33:000
The US dollar fell against all the major currencies last week, and the technical indicators warn that further losses are likely. Market speculation that the Federal Reserve will be forced to cut rates more than once this year has strengthened. It is outpacing the expectations that the ECB and … read more...
The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire
via: SeekingAlpha at 2019-06-09 20:47:21:000
Rome - the city of visible history, where the past of a whole hemisphere seems moving in funeral procession with strange ancestral images and trophies gathered from afar. - George Eliot The Romans and their empire was at its height in 117 CE. It was the most extensive political and… read more...
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