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Fund manager sees some 'hugely undervalued' global stocks that should be a 'screamingly obvious' buy for investors

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A "hugely undervalued" part of the market is being overlooked by investors, according to Freddie Lait, managing partner at Latitude Investment Management, who believes these stocks are worth holding as the reopening momentum of Europe's economy builds.

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