Monday's session should be calmer, but there are also some impulses to potential change. On Saturday were published a series of data from China for January and February, where disappoint might have been in relation to industrial production and retail sales. Production growth turned out to be the weakest since 2008, and sales since May 2015. Investment in urban areas were better. Consequently, exchanges in China gain, as in the whole of Asia, which, however, stems from the need to catch up the good mood from Friday, when Europe and the US was seen considerable growth.
In this context morning in Europe can be calmer, although copper is gaining, which supporting mining companies.