If the region is on the mend, then these large caps have further upside.
Short interest in the Euro Stoxx 50 hits its lowest level since before the financial crisis.
Investors seeking global diversification should consider these exchange-traded funds.
The region's markets have been runaways since the bottom in the S&P 500.
This is undeniable after last week's conference calls. So many businesses and their CEOs noted that Europe has stabilized and is improving.
Any of these actions or events could trigger major gains or losses in the months ahead. Here's what to watch for -- and how to prepare.
Despite a weak global economy, we are in a powerful bull market and long-term investors shouldn't abandon it now.
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