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European bull run to continue?

European equities started 2015 with a bang, with the MSCI Europe Index rising dramatically. Despite recent inflows, allocations to European equity remain low relative to history. Is the European rally a flash in the pan or is it time to think longer term?
Recorded Apr 20 2015 47 mins
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