US economic reports are neither too good nor too bad, but the short term market movements are at the mercy of news coming out of Europe. This time the focal point is Italy whose 10 year yield has surged above 6.6%. Also there aren't any heavy economic reports coming out this week.
US Employment report came in a little lower than expected, but the earlier numbers were revised upwards. ISM numbers indicate improving manufacturing picture in the US. Despite the global concerns the US indexes seem resilient.
Gold is the beneficiary of the safe heaven trade along with the US dollar. That seems to be an odd proposition to have both US dollar and gold to rally together. US bonds/treasuries are seeing some accumulation as ten year yield fell below 2% again.
Last week's (week over week) market Sectors Returns and Internals: