European investors see hawkish central banks as greatest threat to equities

Coronavirus threat fading

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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80% of respondents expect equities within the EU to rise by at least 5-10% in 2022
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80% of respondents expect equities within the EU to rise by at least 5-10% in 2022

European investors see hawkish central banks, rather than coronavirus, as the largest risk to equities in 2022, according to research from the Bank of America.

BofA's latest European Fund Manager Survey found that 44% of investors chose monetary policy tightening as their main concern for equities, up from 22% in November. The share most concerned about the pandemic...

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