Even to the most casual observer of financial markets, US equities appear to have come a long way since their post-crisis nadir more than six years ago. Now the arguments against the rally continuing are starting to mount and so it is hardly surprising that global asset allocators are turning away from the US and paying more attention to other regional markets such as Europe. With the latter having outperformed over the last twelve months, the case against the US has hardened.
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