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Investors seeking value can find it in the international markets, particularly Europe, where stocks remain cheap. Here are three international dividend stocks to consider.
With U.S. stocks overvalued, it’s time to look to European markets for opportunities. Here are some standout European dividend stocks you can snag while they’re still cheap.
The Kraft-Heinz bid for Unilever stock at about $50 a share was roundly rejected, but another takeover bid could be in the offing. There is still time to buy Unilever shares before that happens.
These U.S. stocks have broad exposure in the U.K., where a post-Brexit recession is a real possibility.
Like UK investors, US investors could experience a bonanza of dividends and dividend income if the right circumstances unfold. Learn how.
Some economists foresee a recession in Europe now that Britain has voted to exit the EU. Don’t go anywhere these European banks as Brexit disruption continues.
Here’s what I see ahead for markets, interest rates and currencies as fallout continues from the Brexit, the referendum that has shaken the globe.
What has the U.K. accomplished with Brexit? It has untethered itself from boundless bureaucratic overreach.
It’s the question that’s on seemingly every investor’s mind: Will the United Kingdom exit the European Union?
The United Kingdom’s referendum on whether to exit the European Union has huge implications for European stocks.