Pantheon Macroeconomics - QE and a gradually strengthening economy will remain positive catalysts for equities in the euro area this year. But with the MSCI EU ex -UK up almost 24%
in the first quarter, the best quarterly performance since Q4 1999, the question is whether the good news has already been priced in.

Eurozone Documents | 28 Apr. 2015 Too Far, Too Fast For Eurozone Equity Markets since October?
QE and a gradually strengthening economy will remain positive catalysts for equities in the euro area this year. But with the MSCI EU ex -UK up almost 24% in the first quarter, the best quarterly performance since Q4 1999, the question is whether the good news has already been priced in.

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28 Apr. 2015 Too Far, Too Fast For Eurozone Equity Markets since October?

By Claus Vistesen

QE and a gradually strengthening economy will remain positive catalysts for equities in the euro area this year. But with the MSCI EU ex -UK up almost 24% in the first quarter, the best quarterly performance since Q4 1999, the question is whether the good news has already been priced in.

Posted: 28th Apr 2015 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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