Investor confidence in Europe dropped by 4.9 points in August despite higher than expected growth and unrealised political risk, according to research by State Street Global Exchange.
Its European Investor Confidence Index (ICI) was 89.3 as of August 23, down from 94.2 in July, which helped to pull down the Global ICI by 2.1 points to 106.8 in August. The ICI measures investor confidence...
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