United Kingdom Ishares MSCI ETF (EWU)
$32.62 0.04 (0.12%)
20:00 EST EWU Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $32.62
Market Cap 2.41B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.69M
Day's Range 32.51 - 32.67
52-Week Range 28.41 - 34.02
Dividend & Yield 1.49 (4.56%)
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More than three years after being approved, Brexit, Great Britan's plan to depart the European Union (EU), is still an issue for financial markets and global investors to contend with. Here's the lay of the land as of today, but as Brexit history has taught investors, things can change in a heartbeat: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called an election for Dec. 12, ahead of the scheduled departure date of Jan. 31, 2020.
Brexit is dragging on, but some Europe ETFs are thriving. Here are five to consider now if you're looking to invest in Europe.
With the number of U.S.-listed stocks shrinking, now, more than ever, owning country ETFs outside the U.S. isn’t such a bad idea.
Geopolitical issues have dominated the markets this year. In the middle of it all stand this European ETF with upside for investors
Ireland-based Ryanair Holdings is struggling ahead of the Brexit fallout. RYAAY stock is our Bear of the Day
If you're looking to game the "Brexit" vote, three British ETFs in particular stand out: The EWU, FKU and EWUS.
No matter which way that historic Brexit vote goes on Thursday, investors can profit through one of these 7 trades
Total business sales have fallen 5% from their July 2014 peak of $1.365 billion. Here's why the erosion of sales is a cause for future concern.
The worst January start for U.S. stocks since 2009 should get your attention. Use this guide to manage big long-term mistakes
It is unsettling to deal with the probability we are closer to a bearish decline in stocks than a bullish reboot. Here's why optimism is wrong
There's a wealth of investment opportunities in the world -- and ETFs can bring them to you. Here's five of the best single countries to buy.
By Richard Band
If you’re a do-it-yourself stock picker, you can shoot for even bigger profits with individual NYSE-listed British companies.
U.S. stocks will likely disappoint over the next ten years, but many world markets are priced to deliver excellent returns.
Investors have been rattled by the tumble from small caps, but that panic may be causing them to jump to the wrong conclusions.
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