European stocks cheaper than during last recovery, as profits rebound, but some analysts still see clouds on the horizon.
By Inyoung Hwang and Namitha Jagadeesh, Bloomberg|August 12, 2013 at 08:44 AM
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European stocks have risen half as much as global benchmarks this year, leaving them cheaper than equities in the U.S. and Asia as the region’s economy starts to recover from the longest recession on record.
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