Individual Investors

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Eurozone stocks have been out of favour for years. But with investors reassessing their investment strategies as interest rates rise, Eurozone stocks could be big winners from the “value trade”. According to Goldman Sachs research, Eurozone companies are now the cheapest in the developed world. What is more, in GS’s opinion, they may offer the most upside potential. Below we look at five value Eurozone stocks. The companies listed are all found in the ETFS EURO STOXX 50 ETF (ASX Code: ESTX). ...
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Europe fell out of favour with investors for several years. The Eurozone debt crisis, Brexit, the rise of populism—the crises seemed to pile up. Meanwhile, America went from strength to strength boosted by FANG internet giants (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google). This year, investors are warming to Europe once more. Thanks to global economies reopening from the coronavirus, and to new fears that share prices of American businesses have overheated, Europe is seeing great interest again. The companies listed are all found in the ETFS EURO STOXX 50 ETF (ASX Code: ESTX). Five stocks that are well-positioned ...