Eurozone

Italy’s Impact on Traders

With Italian and U.S. stocks diverging, learn what that could signal for American equities. More 

Q2 Outlook: Get Ready for the Spring Selloff

The U.S. economy might look to be in pretty good shape, but since 2010, it's been best to get out of the stock market at the beginning of the second quarter. More 

Italian Election Crisis Could be a Canary in a Coal Mine

Could the Italian election crisis foreshadow further Eurozone instability? We look to charts of the EWI from last spring and now for some insight. More 

Europe Dampens the Dow — Wednesday’s IP Market Recap

Hints of a continued slowdown in Europe hampered U.S. stocks on a mixed day for the broader indices. More 

What’s Driving Daimler’s Recent Underperformance?

Daimler -- a contender in InvestorPlace's Best Stock of 2013 contest -- has struggled lately even as most auto stocks have enjoyed steady gains. More 

Bull’s Eye Report: JPMorgan Chase (JPM)

The Cyprus bank fiasco could actually benefit big U.S. banks like JPMorgan Chase (JPM). It's looking good for a buy at current levels. More 

Bailout-Fueled Optimism Fades — Monday’s IP Market Recap

A new Cyprus bailout deal lifted markets on the onset, but the broader indices followed European financials south by Monday's close. More