The Euro Zone will be announcing there retail sales figures for the month of December, which is expected to show an increase of 0.2% after a decline of 0.5% in November, while Germany that hold the biggest share in the economy reported a much worse than those readings for December sales.

Moving to the United States, the tired and exhausted economy, the economy that is resting a little bit this week from a long fight, we will be waiting today for the institute of supply management to announce their services index, where it probably declined in January to 53 after a 54.4, showing that economic growth is moderating, yet a reading above 50 still hints for an expansion.

Normally; the ISM indices comes out before the jobs' report, as they give some hints for it and help analysts predict what is it going to be, but now, we can only take the numbers as simple as they are trying to understand the shape of the services sector.

So here it is, another peaceful day for the markets, all getting prepared for the more important to come, so wait with them and let's see how it goes.