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The biggest danger for the markets is a hung parliament, in which there is no clear majority.
The rescue of Spain's Banco Popular heralds a time of higher interest rates.
Junk-rated bonds are seen delivering good returns in the second half despite any Fed interest rate hike.
U.K.'s parliamentary elections are the big highlight.
The data, as well as the revisions, indicate that not all is well with the U.S. economy.
However, take a deeper look at the quality of technology to choose your emerging market destinations.
Emmanuel Macron's party looks set for big gains in the French parliamentary elections, which would be good for business.
Mario Draghi testimony, eurozone inflation and unemployment numbers are on tap.
Low volatility could indicate complacency; look to buy Europe and emerging markets on dips.
If the European Central Bank president is less dovish than expected in his testimony on Monday, investors may see a pullback in the euro and eurozone stocks.

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