Published by : Lyxor
These are good times for most investors, with stable growth, easy liquidity, modest inflation and favourable seasonality looking set to prolong the sweet spot that risky assets currently find themselves in. We're particularly positive on the outlook for European equities as the region's economy continues to recover and the negative effects of the high euro on many stocks from the Eurozone may be set to moderate.
Published:12 October 2017
Business Area: Asset Allocation
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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