Europe: Is now the time?

August 17, 2021

Europe Large Caps

Fund Flows into Europe focused ETFs have totaled over $14B YTD after 3 consecutive years of outflows.

EURO STOXX 50 Index is up 13.29% YTD.

OEUR has outperformed by over 600 bps as of 7/30/2021.

Source: Bloomberg ETF Intelligence. Data retrieved 8/12/2021. Returns are in USD. Basis point or bps =.01%. Top chart: Europe is the category of geography focus for ETFs. This is not an index. Bottom chart: The EURO STOXX 50 index is a blue-chip index designed to represent the 50 largest companies in the eurozone. Indexes are unmanaged. It is not possible in invest directly in an index.
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