Europa and the bull

August 2009
Money Marketing;8/13/2009, p22
The article focuses on the indications of economic recovery of European equities in 2009. It is noted since their lows in early March 2009, European equities returned 35% in July 2009 and equities recovered as investors started to ponder on the recovery of the global economy. It also mentions one of the economic indicators of recovery which is the increase in the European Commission's index for economic sentiment in June 2009.


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