By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, July 21 (Reuters) - Investors looking for low stock valuations, the potential for hefty income and strong returns, should keep their eyes on Europe and Japan, said two portfolio managers with a global perspective. European and Japanese companies are generating record levels of cash after having cut costs during widespread restructurings in recent years, the two money managers said. Now they're increasing dividend payouts and share buybacks. "I'm buying higher ...
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