European Fund Managers Getting More BullishRupert Hargreaves
After a decade of bailouts, reforms, strikes, spending cuts and tax hikes, Europe’s economy is finally starting to look as if it’s back on a stable footing.
Even though there’s still plenty of work for lawmakers to do, preliminary data from Capital Economics shows that the region's economy grew by 2.4% last year, which is faster than the 2.3% the research firm expects for . . .
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