It’s time for U.S. investors to revisit Europe.
Last summer, much of the continent was mired in recession and the euro currency looked like a failed experiment.
Now, Europe is healing. The 17 countries that use the euro posted economic growth of 0.3 percent from April to June compared with the previous quarter, the first expansion since late 2011. Industrial production is up, consumer spending is stable and stock markets are rising as people and businesses gain confidence.
Fund managers and mark...
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