March 2-3: The news may put a spot light on a prominent international leader or an entertainment industry star (it may have to do with that person giving a speech/saying something important, flying, driving electric car, or using some advanced technology for communication or transportation).
March 2-3: Focus on forex developments. There will likely be a lot of excitement, surprises, and greater than usual price fluctuations and/or volume.
USA: March 2-6 (and the entire month really) — Increased focus on international relationships, taxes, mining (and any resources that are extracted from underground, incl. oil), hidden “underground” activities (e.g., secrets revealed, spying exposed, etc.), taxes, and insurance. The news may involve some sudden decisions, surprise revelations, and unexpected fluctuations in value. Although the surprising or erratic nature of the events may be somewhat unsettling, at the moment (esp. around March 2-3), the outcome will be perceived as beneficial to the country’s wellbeing overall.
Also, during March (with this week’s peak date being the 4th), US banks and other financial entities may feel significant pressure — likely due to some governmental controls and/or some sudden surprising events related to erratically changing values of currencies, new military initiatives, airspace industry, telecommunications, disruptions/sudden changes in electricity supplies, some abrupt changes in data transmission, etc. These pressures will likely be perceived as unwelcome and disruptive and push financial industry players to adjust in a way that will leave them “between a rock and a hard place.” Something along the lines of: Some unexpected new initiative affects the value of currencies, or technology, or electric supplies, or telecommunications, etc. and causes banks to re-write agreements with other banks or customers; but, at the same time, a governmental initiative/rule prevents banks from easily changing these agreements, so banks decide that it’s easier to just dissolve the agreements or hide the true nature of the agreements to avoid penalties.
The up trend, if any, will probably be short-lived, however. Starting late afternoon on Friday, over the weekend and into March 9-12, there will likely be increased news about major military developments, accidents, acts of violence, as well as bad weather (esp. drought and fires), mudslides, and earthquakes. These may bring the market down early next week, esp. March 9-11.