European equity markets enjoyed their best trading week since January last week, as dovish minutes from the Federal Reserve soothed investors' concerns about a looming interest-rate rise in the U.S.
On Friday, the closed up 0.3 percent, gaining over 4.2 percent on the week.
In recent months, a confluence of factors have dented risk appetite in Europe; commodities were among the hardest-hit after concerns were raised over miner and commodity trading giant Glencore's bulging debt pile, while auto-related counters reeled after German carmaker Volkswagen was caught cheating on emissions tests.
And healthcare plays see-sawed, pulled around by volatility in shares of New York-listed biotechnology companies.
But now that European sentiment appears to be on the up, tell us which sector you think has the swagger* to capitalise on a risk-on attitude:
*According to urbandictionary.com: A demeanor of confidence, coolness and togetherness.