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Europe, ‘Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold’ Sweet Spot for Credit Investors

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Thu, 29 May 2014

European economies are improving, yet the region’s low growth and low inflation will keep the central bank engaged. As such, European duration should be safer versus other major developed economies. Given recent European Central Bank comments pointing to a further easing bias, we believe it makes E

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