Yet the Eurozone membership proves to be economically harmful to some of the weaker member countries. Take Portugal. This country has been praised for its economic measures—and still it appears it's not out of the woods. The Portuguese stock market has been hit by another bout of the banking crisis this time caused by the Banco Espírito Santo.
This is how stock markets of Portugal, Germany and Israel have evolved year-to-date. I added Germany as the example of a successful economy that has suffered neither from terrorism nor from a banking crisis:
Disclaimer: This is no investment advice according to any laws that may apply. The article is for information purposes only. You have been warned many times that equity investments are risky, so I don't think I have to repeat it once again.