European mid-caps attract some love: Royal London and Baring

LONDON | The discussion on whether to invest in European mega-caps or small-caps at this moment is alive and well. It might be a signal that the markets feel tired of the daily mess it is served by the euro group and prefer a the-show-must-go-on attitude. But funds and investment banks voice their trust in uncovering opportunities amid volatility. The euro zone’s surface seems little appealing, in principle. At Royal…