The Earnings Season remains the central theme. This Season has been marked by the high percentage of companies providing higher than estimated profits (about 74%) in opposition to a worrying proportion (60%) of companies reporting lower revenue than estimated. While profits depend on various factors (sales, costs, supplies, accounting rules, etc.), revenues depend primarily on demand for goods and services that businesses provide. Such demand depends on the degree of activity of the economies in which they operate. As such, the weakness of the American multinational sales are an alarming sign about the state of the global economy. Still, investors have shown a complacent attitude towards this standard.