Are the gains from European equities coming to an end

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The recovery of European equities in the new year is threatening to end in its early stages, analysts predict.

Stoxx Europe 600 is expected to lose 4.5% of current levels by the end of 2019, according to the latest Bloomberg analysis. Euro Stoxx 50, the home of the largest European companies, is expected to fall by about 0.9%.

European stocks enjoy a very good start of the year, adding nearly $ 1 trillion in market capitalization since December 27, boosted by the passive Fed and optimism about the US-China trade relationship. However, many of the worries that have collapsed global stock markets last year are still on the horizon. Credit Suisse Group AG commented that the global stock rally is nearing its end, reducing its assessment to a neutral against the backdrop of falling income, China, and complacency about the Fed.

Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P.

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Original Post: $1 Trillion Rally in European Stocks Looks in Danger to Analysts

 Trader Aleksandar Kumanov

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