Commodore Intelligence released a survey confirming European equities are likely to become the principal beneficiary of the ongoing investor retreat from emerging markets. The intelligence firm interviewed 200 portfolio managers managing more than $100 billion in combined holdings of European equities. The majority of investors – seventy-five percent of those surveyed – are prepared to deploy this cash into companies that have diversified revenues or operations globally. Contrary to popular belief, however, exposure to the United States is not expected to play a significant role in these investments, with less than 10 percent of those surveyed requiring their holdings to have operations or revenues in the United States.
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Published: 1 December, 2015