Antonia Oprita is a freelance editor and writer for TheStreet Premium Services and a financial journalist based in London, with more than 15 years experience. She has worked for Reuters, CNBC, BusinessWeek and the BBC and writes for various European business magazines like The Banker and Euromoney. She also blogs about the economy, emerging markets and finance at www.marketmoving.info.

Brexit negotiations, eurozone consumer and economic confidence and eurozone inflation are the highlights of the week.
The central bank shows it is serious in its intention to take control of London's lucrative business.
These debt issues appear underpriced and offer an unexplored area to search out in the quest for yield.
But investors should not worry about the end of the business cycle, as defaults are low, says fund manager.
Look at what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do for a blueprint of what could be coming at a central bank near you.
It's the one-year anniversary of the Brexit vote.
It is becoming obvious that central banks will not leave the markets.
While claiming it is "normalizing" its balance sheet, the Fed has incorporated asset purchases in everyday policy.
A hard Brexit or no Brexit at all seem to be the clear choices ahead; consequently, sterling will be under pressure.
Bank loans are seen as a great way to diversify away from interest-rate risk; they are not, says a credit expert.

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