As Europe emerges sluggishly from its worst economic crisis in decades, international investors are starting to eye up the opportunities across the spectrum of markets.
So who is investing? Where is the money going and what are the potential risks and rewards? Those are the questions we consider in this edition of Real Economy.
We have an in-depth look at market conditions over recent years with insight from a leading investment advisor and former economic aide to President George W Bush.
The role of emerging economies China and Brazil in revitalising Portugal also comes under the spotlight in a report from the bailed-out country.
And anchor Maithreyi Seetharaman talks to Seijiro Takeshite of Mizuho International about current perceptions of Europe among international investors.
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