* Low euro helping to stimulate competitiveness * Engineers buoyed by emerging markets exposure * Asian consumers boosting luxury goods * Utilities rise due to low liquidity By Ben Deighton and Christoph Steitz BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT, May 21 (Reuters) - Small engineering and luxury products companies in Europe could outperform larger competitors in the current market squeeze as the falling euro accentuates the benefits of emerging market demand. Small-cap stocks tend to underperform ...
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