Vaneck Vectors Russia ETF (RSX)
$23.50 0.06 (0.26%)
20:00 EDT RSX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $23.50
Market Cap 2.12B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.80M
Day's Range 23.34 - 23.52
52-Week Range 13.14 - 26.57
Dividend & Yield 0.91 (3.89%)
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EU leaders may not reach a deal on a €750B coronavirus stimulus plan on Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared as marathon negotiations ran into a third day.What's happening? A group known as the "Frugal Four" - Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden - are not willing to back down from demands for cuts to the package, while France and Germany are refusing to accept that the level of free grants to ailing economies fall below €400B.Another problem: Hungary, backed by its eurosceptic ally Poland, has threatened to veto the package over a new proposed mechanism to freeze out EU nations flouting democratic principles.Failure to come together would raise serious questions about the continued viability of the bloc, officials and experts say, with the summit being framed as a "make-or-break" moment for nearly 70 years of European integration.ETFs: FXE, EUO, OTC:ERO, DRR, ULE, EUFX, URR, DEUR, DLBR, UEUR
Leaders across the European Union are gathering in-person this morning for the first time since the start of lockdowns.What's on the table? They will try to thrash out a deal and bridge differences over a €750B recovery fund needed to lift the bloc out of recession.In its current form, the plan brings the EU closer to a fiscal union by introducing shared debt liability and mostly grants rather than loans, though it has faced some blowback from the "Frugal Four": Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden.While the proposal helped beef up confidence in the region since May - boosting Italian government bonds, the euro and the region's stocks - any changes or deviations could put that rally at risk.ETFs: FXE, EUO, OTC:ERO, DRR, ULE, EUFX, URR, DEUR, DLBR, UEUR
The European Central Bank is all but certain to keep policy on hold today after a series of extraordinary moves.Asset purchases are also expected to remain steady, though there is a chance the central bank could tinker cash deposit rules to help lenders cope with the pain of negative interest rates.Many are also seeking clarity on whether the ECB plans to spend all of its €1.3T Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program, or exit early if Europe's recovery beats expectations.FTSE 100 -0.8%, CAC 40 -0.9%, DAX -0.9%, Euro Stoxx 50 -0.9%.ETFs: FXE, EUO, OTC:ERO, DRR, ULE, EUFX, URR, DEUR, DLBR, UEUR