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Developed Nations

Country: Japan
Tourist Tip: World’s 2nd largest economy
ETFs: iShares MSCI Japan Index (EWJ), Vanguard Pacific ETF (VPL), WisdomTree Japan SmallCap Div Fd (DFJ)
Stocks You Can Buy:Toyota (TM), Sony (SNE), Canon (CAJ), Honda (HMC)

Jeff Macke says Japan is legendary for their management techniques. He adds the recent weakness in the yen is good for Japanese exporters. Jeff recommends investors buy Toyota.

Eric Bolling says as the yen get cheaper people borrow yen and buy assets around the world. He adds Japan imports almost 80% of the oil they use – which Eric says is a big problem for that country.

Guy Adami and Pete Najarian think there are better places to put money than Japan.

Country: Germany
Tourist Tip: World’s 3rd largest economy
ETFs: iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (EWG)
Stocks You Can Buy:Siemens (SI), Deutsche Bank (DB), Bayer (BAY), DaimlerChrysler (DCX)

Pete Najairan likes Daimler Chrysler for its blue-tech technology for diesel fuel. Pete says diesel is big world-wide except in the United States. He also likes SAP (SAP) as a software company.

Guy Adami explains the iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (EWG) is mostly made up of German utilities and banks. He also likes Siemens and compares the company to Honeywell.

Country: England
Tourist Tip: 2nd largest economy in Western Europe
ETFs: iShares MSCI United Kingdom Index (EWU)
Stocks You Can Buy:BP(BP), AstraZeneca (AZN), GlaxoSmithKline(GSK), Vodaphone(VOD)

Pete Najarian likes GlaxoSmithKline.

Guy Adami tells investors to get into Imperial Tobacco (IMT).

Eric Bolling prefers United Utility (UU) as a possible takeover target and Tesco (TESO) which is a supermarket chain.

Jeff Macke adds Tesco could also be a takeover target.

Dylan Ratigan asks the guys if they prefer Japan, Germany or England?

Eric and Jeff like England, while Guy and Pete prefer Germany.

Country: France
Tourist Tip: 3rd largest economy in Western Europe
ETFs: iShares MSCI France Index (EWQ)
Stocks You Can Buy:Total S.A. (TOT), Sanofi-Aventis (SNY), AXA (AXA), Suez (SZE)

Eric Bolling likes Suez and Veolia Environnement (VE), two of the biggest water companies in the world. He also recommends Arriva which trades on the London Stock Exchange.

Country: Italy
Tourist Tip: Euro-Zone’s slowest growing economy
ETF’s:iShares MSCI Italy Index (EWI)
Stocks You Can Buy: Eni (E), Telecom Italia (TI), Enel (EN), Fiat (FIA)

Guy Adami says investors who play Italy are playing telecom and banking. He likes Telecom Italia.

Country: Canada
Tourist Tip: U.S.’s largest foreign supplier of energy
ETFs: iShares MSCI Canada Index (EWC)
Stocks You Can Buy:Royal Bank ofCanada (RY), Alcan (AL), EnCana (ECA), Suncor (SU)

Eric Bolling says Canada has all the solutions to America’s energy woes. He adds that Suncor is a buy because they’re extracting oil out of the Canada’s “oil sands.”

Jeff Macke explains that the oil sands near Calgary are drawing a large number of workers and causing a huge demand for housing. He says Boardwalk REIT is a way to play that population shift.

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