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European stocks look cheaper than US shares, according to Goldman Sachs, but are still vulnerable to further declines. "You can't trust these rallies at moment," equity strategist Sharon Bell said during an interview on Bloomberg Television, Thursday. "People need to be confident that the rate hiking cycle is coming to an end. And I think we are some way from that."