Investors haven't loved Europe for many years. First there were concerns about the euro and Greece's debt problems, and these persist. More recently investors have shunned the eurozone following the UK's vote to leave the European Union (EU), the political tensions inflamed by the migrant crisis and rising populism. Last year, open-ended European equity funds saw the worst annual outflows since 2008, which amounted to €76bn (£64.84bn).
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