It's unlike the British not to get excited over a bargain, but swathes of investors are turning up their noses at European exchange traded funds (ETFs). Equity valuations are at multi-decade lows and there's more room than ever for 'bounce-back'. However, clouded by the uncertainty thrown up by deep-seated structural continental problems, the risks mean this investment opportunity has lost much of its potential appeal.
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