The euro zone economy is starting to emerge from the financial crisis and after three years of recession, Wells Fargo Advisors' Sameer Samana says two countries which may be an opportunity for U.S. investors are Ireland and Sweden. Samana says Ireland is poised to be part of the next round of out-performance. Samana says it may be time to re-rate the valuations around Irish equities which look cheap at the moment. Sweden is also one of the new countries Wells Fargo has added to its top picks list. Samana says the Swedish krona has pulled back and may be oversold because Sweden looks resilient. Ruben Ramirez reports from Wall Street.

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