In the second week of the month we have relatively empty macroeconomic calendar. Investors will have to wait for the next Monday, when the Alcoa company reports will start the next season of companies earnings in the USA. Today's session promises to be relatively calm. Friday's data from the US labor market has been positively welcomed on the Wall Street and the dollar after closing of the Warsaw Stock Exchange began to weaken. This morning we see light falls of the Nikkei index in Japan, in China, due to holidays, quotations are missing. Raw material prices are still under a slight pressure, and the price of oil on Friday fell significantly, but still relatively weak dollar makes capital does not turn away from the emerging markets.
However we have to remember, that the market in the US and on the Warsaw Stock Exchange is close to the major resistance, which may encourage correction. On the Warsaw market we do not expect the dynamic changes today, and do not expect a breakthrough, or even an attack on the level of 2,000 points on the WIG20 index.