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.

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.
The Fed's tightening is so gradual that corporate bonds still offer good returns, a bond expert says.
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Despite the strong jobs report, wage increases remain weak.
Investors should check for progress on bad debts at next week's meeting of eurozone finance ministers.
Italian government debt looks attractive as political and banking risks subside.
The euro area's ongoing recovery is set to benefit its financial institutions.
If the central bank raises interest rates too sharply, the housing market would crash.

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