The main European stock markets are working on Monday with an increase of up to 0.8%, while there are no elections on Tuesday in the United States with 435 seats in the House of Representatives, one-third of the Senate, 36 governor's and a lot of local authorities. Also, the markets were expected in connection with the decisions of the US Central Bank on Thursday.
On the other hand, uncertainties about the degree of slowing down of the global economy and the possible commercial ceasefire add to all the uncertainties caused by the negotiations on Brekit.
Speculation on the progress of the agreement not only clarifies the uncertain picture of the process of leaving the United Kingdom of the European Union.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange closed on Monday after last year's winnings and in the United States.
Nikkei 225 major securities, which rose 5% last week, dropped 1.5% on Monday to 21,898.99 points. For its part, Topik of all shares lost 1.11%, to 1,640.39 points.