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Bank of America outlines how to brace for a 10% drop in European stocks before year-end

People look at food stalls at La Boqueria market on August 5, 2021, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
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Bank of America expects a number of downside risks to trigger a sharp pullback in European stocks this year, advising investors to adopt a strategy designed to withstand an "anti-goldilocks environment."

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