European stocks continued to be mixed fluctuating between gains and looses. Meanwhile, European leaders had a meeting in Brussels on Friday in an attempt to hammer out a deal with Turkey that would relocate thousands of migrants from Greece to Turkey. In return, Turkish citizens would be granted the ability to travel within the European Union without visas.
Given renewed investor interest in dividend cuts Morgan Stanley analysts have revisited their 2008 analysis that showed cuts to dividend can indicate powerful inflection points in share prices. "We would buy stocks on dividend cuts, particularly those that are 'stressed'" is written in the European Equity Strategy of March 24th.
The Brexit could be quite heavy for Great Britain. Alarm signs are flashing red. A recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers on behalf of the Confederation of British Industry (BIi) put at 100 billion pounds the losses for British economy.
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