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Analysts divided, but Euromania persists

Analysts divided, but Euromania persists

Since it was reported earlier this month that the eurozone economy grew by 0.3 per cent over the second quarter, marking the end of the longest recession since the formation of the monetary union, market participants have become bullish on the prospects for European equities. But despite this, advisers still largely favour using active funds, as we reported last week.

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