Investors shun Europe, emerging market funds as Q1 nears end: EPFR
NEW YORK - Investors bailed out of both European and emerging market equities going into the last week of the first quarter over worries involving Cyprus's bailout and its impact on the euro zone crisis, EPFR Global data showed Friday.
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European stock markets fall on Wednesday, with banks and autos among those compounding weak global sentiment as investors questioned the recent run for equities. Inditex and Enel were leading decliners.
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