Why Europe's quality growth companies are set to defy consensus

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Why Europe's quality growth companies are set to defy consensus

At a time of rising political risk, the best high-quality growth stocks are likely to outperform, writes Allianz GI's Marcus Morris-Eyton.

Europe has no shortage of looming political crises. If the upcoming Brexit negotiations and beleaguered Italian banks were not enough to worry about, Greece's Syriza government is once more struggling...

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