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Tokyo trade plays to watch after the first U.S.-Japan summit of the Trump presidency, which wrapped up with a round of golf.
Rating agency S&P upgraded the ratings and outlooks of a bunch of Spanish banks.
Basic materials, heavy machinery, coal and steel are in favor with Chinese equity strategists.
Japanese stocks are on a roll with Shinzo Abe due to meet the new president on Friday, but Trump's stance on trade with the world's third-biggest economy is anyone's guess.
BP earnings and updates from Italian banks Monte dei Paschi di Siena and UniCredit dominate the week.
Political turmoil is throwing up some European bargains for brave investors.

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The married put makes sense when a dividend or earnings announcement is in play.
The disappearance from Hong Kong of a politically connected businessman, now said to be "assisting" inquiries in mainland China, hints at the erosion of Hong Kong's special status.
Refugees are much younger than the local populations and could bring economic regeneration.


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