Duco, the global FINtech provider of data control services, has announced a commercial agreement with Societe Generale Bank & Trust (SGBT), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Societe Generale based in Luxembourg.
The full first week of the month economic data deluge that included today's U.S. Employment report is out of the way. Fundamental influences typically become a bit more subdued in the early part of this week.

After getting clobbered in the first two weeks of February, last week’s recovery in the U.S. dollar was hardly surprising.

A mixed bag of data from China overnight has failed to offer much direction for the markets at the start of the week and Europe currently looks set to open marginally lower as a result.
More Americans than in a year applied for unemployment benefits, showing uneven labor market progress.

The London Metal Exchange (LME) has announced plans to enhance participation and liquidity on its electronic platform, LMEselect.

Next week, traders will watch consumer confidence and spending data, housing updates and energy reports for market moving clues.
Next week, retail sales numbers, natural gas inventories, inflation data and sentiment readings could move the markets.
Here's a preview of the economic reports and earnings announcements that will move the markets next week.
Next week, traders will be watching housing data, inflation and long-term economic indicators for trading clues.