European housing prices to stabilise: report
Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland’s housing prices will stabilise this year despite corrections, though it is too early to call an end to Europe’s housing boom as residential construction still lags demographic factors in most of the region’s cities, according to Scope Investor Services.
Lack of EU unity ‘drags on European equities appeal’
In response to the eurozone’s first quarter drop in growth and the European Union’s discord over how to handle migration a German fund selector has reduced European equity fund allocations.
Multi-asset boutique increases European exposure
Boutique London-based asset manager Kestrel Investment Partners is increasing exposure to Europe’s financial, telecom and pharmaceutical sectors on the back of the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing (QE) decision.