Vance Barse, Founder of Your Dedicated Fiduciary®, Matt Bartolini, Head of SPDR Americas Research, and Bob Pisani with CNBC’s ETF Edge, discuss how European markets have potentially been affected by favorable climate conditions and a decrease in the cost of natural gas, leading to increased optimism and arguably serving as a tailwind for the European consumer to spend more on luxury goods.

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