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Especially in Europe, this bodes well for the economic recovery.
Eurozone GDP and the Bank of England's monetary policy meeting are on tap.
An EU program to reduce poverty in Africa by investing in small and midsize companies there could increase investment opportunities on that continent.
A snap election won by Labour would send government spending through the roof.
Investors should keep a close eye on homebuilders, REITs and so-called challenger banks.
British real estate has been in bubble territory since December 2014.
An ECB monetary policy meeting heads the list of key events.
Emmanuel Macron's reforms are set to boost the eurozone's second-largest economy.
The European Central Bank has no alternative but to take a very dovish stance.
Bears believe the market is overvalued, but one formula seems to contradict that view.

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