Call it the quiet after the storm. That's how money managers and fund analysts on both sides of the Atlantic are describing the level of investment activity four months after the introduction of the euro.

"There was a lot of euphoria about Europe last year," said Diego Espinosa, lead manager of KemperFunds' Global Blue Chip Fund, which has about $14 million of assets. "This year is the year of staying selective."

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