For the managers of the Thornburg International Value Fund, troubles across the Atlantic are just weak spots in what is, overall, a solid market for overseas investments.

"Despite what you might think about soft economies in Spain and Ireland, and southern Europe generally, there is enough juice in the global economy to offset some of those slower-growing areas," said Bill Fries, co-manager of the fund from Thornburg Investment Management.

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