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With fears of an impending Japanese sell-off and a China slowdown, as well as ongoing sovereign debt woes in Europe, many fund managers are seeking more safety when investing abroad, says Morningstar's Bridget Hughes.
With a full-fledged economic recovery remaining distant, European stocks turned in a mixed performance.
Although a cap-weighted strategy is low-cost, it does make large bets in risky areas.
Favorable conditions are in place for merger-arbitrage ETFs, including increasing M&A activity and the likelihood of higher interest rates.