Global Equity & Income

European companies selling to emerging markets might be a good diversification play.
Europe has come back; it is strong and its currency is therefore strong.
As the 'Brexit' vote approaches, investing becomes more treacherous.
A shift has pushed prospective equity returns into a zone of prospective positive performance.
But risks still lurk beneath the surface; investors should watch the safety nets. 
As the 'Brexit' vote looms, these firms stand out as vulnerable.
The clothing retailer's stock price collapse offers a good buying opportunity.
Emerging markets are waking up to life again. What is the best way in?
It's going to take a greater reliance on public financial policy to counteract the negative effects of declining consumer demand, so invest accordingly.
It's getting a short-term pop amid country's scandal, but look to fade the rally.

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