Investment trust managers bullish on Europe

Brennan, Henry
April 2012
Fundweb;4/30/2012, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the European equity markets. According to manager at Henderson Global Investors, John Bennett, Europe is offering long-term opportunities for investors, when such investors are paying enormous premiums. Bennett believes that the shift to bull conditions will necessarily happen in the future.


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