The United States accounts for approximately half of the world’s stock market capitalization, however, many U.S. investors’ portfolios still reflect a bias toward domestic equities that hasn’t made sense for decades. This problem was magnified by negative economic news in recent years from Europe, which caused many investors to simply avoid European stocks.

However, there are still great global businesses headquartered in Europe, and lumping them all together may cause investors to overlook potential opportunities. Oppenheimer International Growth Fund seeks to invest in high quality overseas companies that we believe are positioned for strong growth over the long-term.

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