The stock market is having a moment of truth. A two-week window in late August/early September witnessed so-called “Minimum Volatility” strategies lose their luster, underperforming Value by 4 percentage points. Could this value trend continue?
The euro won’t stop chopping sideways. Its quiet drift downward has persisted since spring 2018. In the current global climate, the currency could snap violently. Jeff Weniger outlines why he thinks the push will be southward.
New leadership at the European Central Bank is motivating a fresh look at the policy tools available for the central bank, and WisdomTree believes European markets will find support over the coming 12 to 18 months. What is the best exposure to Europe for more a bullish view?
Recently, there has been reshuffling of ECB and broader EU leadership. In our view, these changes can be seen as a positive catalyst for European equities in 2019.
It seems like the euro was pinned between $1.12 and $1.15 for ages. But it is reacting adversely to near-term risks. Jeff Weniger explains why drivers like crude oil prices could bring volatility back to the currency.
If bond investors have learned anything this year, it is that the “winds of change” can blow in dramatically different directions regarding monetary policy. Kevin Flanagan discusses how market sentiment has shifted from where we were only four months ago.
With the next Brexit vote just around the corner, our Head of Research in Europe, Christopher Gannatti, provides some context on what Brexit may mean for European equity investors.