Pease: Euro debt riskier than many equities


Richard Pease, manager of the Henderson European Growth and European Special Situations funds, believes stocks on the Continent can flourish despite the sovereign debt concerns.

The European Union may have bought a little time but I believe that further intervention will probably be needed in 2011 if sovereign debt contagion is to be contained. The market is clearly unconvinced...

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