Produced by Alessia Giustiniano. Filmed by Rod Fitzgerald.
KATIE MARTIN: From the "FT" in London, here's the latest on markets. Dollar bulls are getting a little hot under the collar in the wake of Friday's jobs data, which showed that while the number of people in work keeps on growing, wage growth is cooling. That's not exactly a recipe for the kind of inflation the Fed will need to keep on raising rates at an aggressive pace. The buck has picked up against both the euro and sterling today, but the gains are small, and they mark only a pick up after the drop that followed Friday's numbers. The momentum behind the Trump trade dollar rally appears to be fading, and speculative bets on the rally are shrinking As Kit Juckes, a strategist at SocGen puts it, "Dollar bulls are bailing out almost as fast as bond bears."
Elsewhere, bank stocks are broadly upbeat on news that President Trump is working on scrapping chunks of post-crisis bank regulation. Asian bank stocks popped higher overnight, and in Europe, they're also generally holding onto gains. In Europe, French bonds are under pressure after far-right candidate Marine Le Pen laid out her plans for the presidency, including-- you guessed it-- Frexit from the euro.