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US stocks have crushed their European peers by 76% over the past decade. Here's what Goldman Sachs says needs to happen for Europe to flip the script.

Business Insider Wednesday, 22 May 2019
US stocks have crushed their European peers by 76% over the past decade. Here's what Goldman Sachs says needs to happen for Europe to flip the script.· Since the US market bottom in March 2009, Europe has underperformed the US by a whopping 76%, according to data compiled by Goldman Sachs.
· The firm lays out four scenarios that could flip the script and lead to European outperformance versus its US counterparts.
· Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...
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