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

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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."
Europe's defense sector emerges as a clear winner from Brexit and Trump.
The U.K. fired the starting gun in Brexit negotiations, and it looks like a miss.
U.K. Prime Minister talks about Brexit; ECB decides on monetary policy; Davos meeting amid political tension.
The way businesses will respond to intensifying political pressure from populist voices stands to shape the future.
Growth is almost guaranteed in these two areas, says James McDonald of Index Strategy Advisors.
Economist-bashing notwithstanding, the negative effects of the vote are trickling in, sapping the economy's strength.
Investors are slowly waking up to the reality of Britain leaving the EU.

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