Small-cap stocks have been favored in recent years, but now a turnaround is happening and mutual-fund managers investing in Europe are stating they are finding large-cap stocks more attractive than small-caps, according to Dow Jones.U.S. counterparts are also relating the same thing and the reasons are quite similar.

While the subprime lending and general credit-market concerns are spreading through much of the world’s developed economies, more fund managers are turning to some of Europe’s well-established blue-chip companies for relief.

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