On Friday, oil prices have moved from decline to growth on the news that the oil-producing countries held another round of talks, in the hope to conclude an agreement on the reduction of production in order to stabilize the oil market.
On Thursday, the Bank of Japan launched the first special operation to unlimit the purchase of Japanese government bonds at a fixed price to maintain its profitability target.
The volatility of oil prices will increase, as the US shale oil producers to adapt to low prices and become more flexible to increase production volumes.
The Federal Reserve (Fed) are more likely to raise interest rates under President Donald Trump faster in connection with the expected fiscal stimulus.
Futures on the US equity markets pointed to a sharp rise at the opening session on Monday morning, with a jump of 100 points on the Dow to another record high amid continuing hopes that US President-elect Donald Trump policy will ensure high rates of economic growth.