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.

Political turmoil is throwing up some European bargains for brave investors.
An implosion of the eurozone would not solve Europe's problems, and it also would hurt the U.S.
Refugees are much younger than the local populations and could bring economic regeneration.
Investors should stay away from pure-play residential REITs and real estate agencies.
Eurozone GDP, inflation and unemployment, and an informal meeting of EU leaders dominate the week.
China is desperate to reverse capital outflows, many of which went into property.
Investments in this trio of countries, on three different continents, could offer big opportunities if MSCI promotes them to emerging market status.
It's depressing, but rising corruption in the West can make emerging markets more attractive.
His meeting with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will be a milestone.
Currency speculators may have just found the central bank's "pain threshold."

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