* The 'normalization' still would not lead to massive sales.
* Fears of the FOMC meeting last week seem to have vanished.
* Asian regional indices are stable, while the European session seems to be the start of a week of normal operation.
*** The decision of the European Commission that the rescue Banco Espirito Santo (BES) of Portugal planned € 4.9 billion in complying with the standards of EU assistance also helped to calm nerves.
However **, after examining the situation over the weekend, investors have announced that with solid U.S. data, nonfarm payrolls by about 200,000 and an unemployment rate unchanged at 6.1%, prospective political career would not change Fed
* Neither positive nor negative Marginal market correction based on the recognition that the Fed is moving slowly towards normalization would be seen as a healthy retreat rather than an absence resulting from an impact.
* Despite this improved growth and signs of inflation, a real adjustment in terms of setting interest rates, is still far away.
* In relation to the fundamental or structural data, it has not changed anything.
* In the coming weeks, Yellen (and members of the dominant soft line) will become increasingly stressed that while asset purchases are coming to an end, the normalization will be gradual.
* With little U.S. data, with the exception of the report of non-manufacturing ISM index (which is expected to reach a maximum of 11 months), the upward momentum of the USD would pause, as the focus would go to across the Atlantic.