Today, pre-opening expects good results for Wall Street opening, with ~+2% for both NASDAQ, Dow Jones & S&P500. Meanwhile, the main topic I want to focus here is Europe. UK market FTSE 100 is heading toward its second day of gains instead of the steady looses we are used to, so it means that meanwhile the Labor Day was happening, FTSE got not so bad results. Yesterday, CAC 40 (France) got +0.59% and DAX 30 (Germany) +0.7%. It seems Europe is happier than last Friday. What's happening? How may you explain this better scores while only a weekend passed? Eurozone GDP for Q2 is also going from 1.2% to 1.5%.