Goldman Sachs Sees `Super Attractive’ Cash Yield on European Stocks

Goldman Sachs Sees `Super Attractive' Cash Yield on European Stocks
Jun.05 — Sharon Bell, senior European equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, discusses the cash yield — the dividend yield plus equity buyback yield — on European stocks and the outlook for global growth. She speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Goldman Sachs Sees `Super Attractive’ Cash Yield on European Stocks

3 thoughts on “Goldman Sachs Sees `Super Attractive’ Cash Yield on European Stocks”

  1. Europe is not very stable at the moment from a politial perspective. Italy just established a very right wing government that is very anti european union. We are lucky that France and Germany still support the union otherwise things would have fallen apart in a matter of months. There are also external threats because of the tariffs announced by the U.S government. This will lead to retaliations by other countries.

  2. Too bad the advice of Goldman Sachs is not worth shite to the average investor, if they see something as attractive that means they are probably dumping it. fcking criminal cartel should be disbanded and its managers hung.

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