Expectations are that the market will start without major movements after Christmas week, as for today’s session Aziyatska no important news. Better data last week from the US are likely to increase the dollar, and the trend is expected to continue in the last days of 2014. Data from the UK were disappointing, which is likely to have a negative impact on GBP. In Japan, the central bank announced that it will continue its policy to stimulate the economy, which puts a trend of yen depreciation against most world currencies. Indices are likely to continue upward movements benefited from the good GDP data in the US, as well as the now traditional Christmas rally.