It wasn't an awe-inspiring Monday. Volume was light and the news mostly confined to Apple and a few in the financial sector. The markets remain pretty much U.S. centric now. Perhaps that will change.

Most economic data this week is concentrated on housing.

Let's see what happens.

 

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