Earnings are improving in Europe as its recovery continues, making it a very attractive place to invest this year, says Mark Kopinski, CIO Global and Non-U.S. Equity for American Century Investments. Kopinski is wary of jumping too quickly into Japanese stocks, however, saying he needs more time to see how the "Abenomics" experiment turns out. He also says Chinese data is better than people think as a result of the Chinese New Year, and the country's economy is stabilizing.

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