Europe Equity Analysts Least Bullish Since 1995: Barclays22percent
Europe has been having a rough go lately. The continued multi-year Greek disaster continues to get worse and continues to cost other European countries, such as Germany, a lot of money that they are tired of handing out. While new bailout terms have been agreed to between Greece and its creditors, the Eurozone is not out of the woods just yet. The overall negative sentiment in Europe has left equity analysts with their least bullish rating on European stocks since 1995. In fact, according to Barclays, only 41 . . .
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